Public safety is high on the priority list. Pharmacies, both chain and independent, have stepped up to accommodate for social distancing:
|Pharmacy||Delivery||Store Hours||Pharmacy Hours||Senior Shopping||Contact|
|CVS||Free (essential items purchased must be $35+)||Mon-Fri: 8am-9pm
Drive-thru: 24-hour stores, 9 pm-9 am
|N/A||704-708-5701 (Mint Hill)|
Sat & Sun: 9am-9pm
|Drive-thru: 24 hours||Tuesdays: 8 am-9 am||704-545-2970 (Lawyers Rd, Mint Hill)|
|Publix||Instacart||Mon-Fri: 8am-8pm||Mon-Fri: 9am-9pm
|Mon-Fri: 7am-8am||704-573-0239 (Mint Hill Commons)|
|Mint Hill Pharmacy||Curbside (inform store what you need and the description of your vehicle upon arrival)||Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm
|Harris Teeter||ExpressLane Online Shopping||Mon-Fri: 7am-8pm
|Mondays & Thursdays: 6am-8am
$4.95 fee waived and $5 delivery fee (normally $10)
|704-545-3281 (Brighton Park Dr, Mint Hill)|
At CVS, disinfectant wipe stations are available to wipe down carts and baskets. Floor postings serve as reminders for social distancing. Employees will be wearing CDC-approved gloves and masks. There are also fewer signatures required on PIN pads during checkouts.
To remain safe in drive-thrus, it is good practice to wear a pair of gloves when receiving your order. But be mindful to not touch your face with a gloved hand. If making a payment, try not to use cash. Aside from card transactions as a suitable alternative, virtual payment (ApplePay) is an even better idea to cut down on physical interaction. If you have to sign for something, use your own pen.
CVS stores are also set to donate $5 million worth of seasonal supplies in a bid to offer ways of human connection in spite of quarantine. These supplies can include spring-themed cards and treats and can be added to a pick-up order.
Download the Rx Local app to manage your medication, order refills, view contact options, and set medication reminders.
Find the nearest CVS store in and around the Mint Hill area here.
The CDC has recommended “people at higher risk for COVID-19 complications to stay at home as much as possible.” To lessen risk, stores are designating hours for seniors and other vulnerable customers. Click here for a complete list of these special hours.
To stay informed during the outbreak, North Carolina’s COVID-19 hotline is 866-462-3821.