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CVS is Closing 46 Stores

Posted on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 7:00 am
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CVS Health is going to close 46 underperforming stores. This change is happening as CVS shifts more of its retail presence toward health care. Here is a list of what CVS stores are already closed, or will be closing soon.

USA Today reported that the following CVS stores are closed or closing:

Alabama

  • Huntsville: 3115 Bob Wallace Ave SW
  • Mobile: 664 Schillinger Rd S
  • Montgomery: 2815 Lower Wetumpka Rd

Arizona

  • Phoenix: 7434 W Indian School Rd

California

  • Antioch: 3130 Buchanan Rd
  • San Francisco: 1285 A Sutter St
  • San Francisco: 995 Market St
  • Sun Valley: 9375 San Fernando Rd

District of Columbia

  • Washington, DC: 1201 Maryland Ave SW

Delaware

  • Wilmington: 402 N Maryland Ave

Florida

  • Daytona Beach: 1350 Beville Rd
  • North Fort Myers: 13991 N Cleveland Ave
  • Ocala: 1607 S Pine Ave
  • Palm Beach Gardens: 3168 Northlake Blvd

Hawaii

  • Honolulu: 1441 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 510
  • Honolulu: 1401 S Beretania St. Suite 110

Illinois

  • Chicago: 745 W 103rd St
  • Chicago: 175 W Jackson Blvd
  • Chicago: 1620 W 59th St
  • Chicago: 1550 N Kostner Ave
  • Lincolnwood: 7179 N Lincoln Ave
  • North Aurora: 1015 W. Orchard Rd.
  • South Barrington: 100 W Higgins Rd

New York

  • Greenwood Lake: 123 Windermere Ave
  • Staten Island: 812 Forest Ave

Michigan

  • Detroit: 10301 Woodward Ave.

Minnesota

  • Brooklyn Park: 7996 Brooklyn Blvd.
  • Minneapolis: 1110 Hennepin Ave.
  • Minneapolis: 2426 W. Broadway Ave.

Missouri

  • Springfield: 1735 South Glenstone Ave.

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque: 7105 Central Ave. NE

Texas

  • Brownsville: 1454 Central Blvd.
  • Copperas Cove: 1407 E W Hwy 190
  • El Paso: 2525 N. Mesa St.
  • Katy: 3080 S Fry Rd
  • Newport: 4730 US Route 5
  • Rio Grande City: 5322 E. US Highway 83
  • San Antonio: 7031 Marbach Rd.
  • Spring: 6945 Cypresswood Dr

What should you do if the CVS nearest you is closing? First, use up all of your CVS coupons. This includes paper coupons and digital coupons. Next, find a new pharmacy to transfer your family’s prescriptions to. 

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