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Actived: Friday Nov 26, 2021
Flu Vaccine | Flu Shot Near Me | Rite Aid
There are several different types of flu vaccines available. Rite Aid offers the following flu vaccines: Quadrivalent flu vaccine - this vaccine protects against two Influenza A strains and two Influenza B strains.. For those 65 years of age and older, there are two types of flu vaccines that are designed to provide a greater immune response.
Rite Aid Photo Center | Custom Photo Printing Services
A sleek and modern treatment for your photo that will give it the appearance of being embedded in a sheet of glass. We offer two hanging systems for Acrylic Prints: choose acrylic with metal stand-offs or acrylic with a lightweight easy-hang system that sets the print out 1.5" from the wall.
wellness+ rewards | Rite Aid Card | Rite Aid
Earn 500 wellness+ Points(1) to achieve GOLD status and 20% OFF regular price, in-store purchases thru December 31, 2021. **Customers earn one (1) Point for every dollar spent on eligible purchases they make when they scan their wellness+ card or enter the phone number associated with the wellness+ card at the register.
COVID-19 Boosters vs. Extra Doses
The recently authorized additional dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is meant to specifically reach people who may not have a sufficient or expected immune response to the vaccine. Offering an additional dose can help strengthen the immune response to help ward off both infection and severity of infection.
Flu Shots | Flu Vaccine Information | Rite Aid
Influenza, or flu, and COVID-19 are both contagious respiratory illnesses, but caused by different viruses. COVID-19 is caused by infection with a new coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, and flu is caused by infection with influenza viruses.
Rite Aid Pharmacy - Online Pharmacy and Store | Rite Aid
When a new product is introduced to the market, the manufacturer assigns it a brand or trade name, different from its "chemical" name. Once the patent rights to the product expire (patent life varies depending on the time interval from initial discovery to approval by the Food and Drug Administration [FDA]), other companies are free to manufacture generic versions of the product provided they