Walgreens introduces drive-thru shopping

Coronavirus

You'll never have to get out of your car to buy essential items

HICKSVILLE, NEW YORK – MARCH 18: An image of the sign for a Walgreens as photographed on March 18, 2020 in Hicksville, New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

(WJW) – Walgreens is introducing drive-thru shopping so you won’t have to leave your car during the coronavirus pandemic.

Here’s how it works, according to the company: You pull up and ask for a menu of available items, which includes household goods, pain relief and cough and cold products, baby formula, medical supplies and grocery items.

Then you give your order so there’s no need to pre-order or leave your car to go into the store.

Walgreens says it will then put your order together and get you on your way. See more on Walgreens’ website.

The company recently announced it was adding 9,500 jobs and giving bonuses to workers as the nation deals with the virus crisis.

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