The expansion of coronavirus testing will include three Walmart stores in Maryland, including one in Frederick.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced the expansion Friday.
“As Maryland continues to dramatically expand testing availability and broaden the criteria for COVID-19 testing statewide, we are excited to be forging new partnerships with private sector companies like Walmart,” said Hogan, in a news release.
The expansion comes after the addition of 17 CVS sites on Thursday and the emergency order by Hogan earlier this week authorizing the state’s nearly 1,200 pharmacies to order and administer the coronavirus test.
In addition to Frederick County, two Walmart stores on the Eastern Shore will provide the tests.
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Here are the locations of the Walmart stores offering COVID-19 testing:
2421 Monocacy Blvd.
Frederick, Md. 21701
2775 Dorchester Square
Cambridge, Md. 21613
409 N Fruitland Blvd.
Fruitland, Md. 21801
Two Rite Aid stores in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties are testing for COVID-19.
Anne Arundel County
Rite Aid #385
5804 Ritchie Highway
Baltimore, Md. 21225
Rite Aid #374
5624 Baltimore National Pike
Baltimore, Md. 21228
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