CVS Health customers now can order items and pick them up curbside at a nearby CVS store.

Online CVS shoppers can browse a catalog of hundreds of items available at their local CVS store. They can then call the store to place an order over the phone with an associate. Within 24 hours, CVS will call the shopper and let her know her order is available. The shopper then goes to the store and picks up the order in the drive-thru, or she can call CVS and an employee will bring the order out to the shopper’s vehicle.

Testing curbside service during pandemic

CVS is currently testing this service in 21 locations in upstate New York  and western Massachusetts.

“With social distancing in place and our customers’ needs evolving, we remain committed to bringing our customers innovative solutions to safely meet their health and wellness needs,” says a CVS spokeswoman.

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