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Duane Reade Announces Plans for H1N1 Immunization Program
Date:12/17/2009

NEW YORK, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Duane Reade, the largest drug store chain in New York City, today announced plans for its H1N1 immunization program as part of the Company's commitment to meet the health and wellness needs of New Yorkers and to be a destination for their flu related needs.

H1N1 immunization vaccines will be offered at select Duane Reade pharmacies in the near term, pending the release of the H1N1 vaccine by the New York City Department of Health. For the most up-to-date information and exact store locations where New Yorkers can receive the H1N1 vaccination, please visit Duane Reade's website at www.duanereade.com/FluShots.aspx or call the customer service hotline at 1-866-DR-LOYAL (1-866-375-6925). Customers may also sign up to receive mobile alerts that will inform them of specific Duane Reade store locations where the vaccine will be available. Interested parties can simply text "flu" to 63103 and follow the instructions when prompted.

"We are very pleased that we will be able to provide this important public service to New Yorkers," said Frank Scorpiniti, Senior Vice President, Pharmacy Operations. "Duane Reade has long been a health and wellness destination for New Yorkers and we are confident that the recent improvements we have made to our operations better equip us to meet our customers' needs as they face a variety of health concerns, including the H1N1 virus. Moreover, we have developed a strong working relationship with New York City's health officials who recognize Duane Reade as a leading provider of health and wellness services for New Yorkers. This will allow us to procure and administer a sizeable number of vaccines and benefit the community at large."

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