What to do if your albertersons pharmacy is closed and you need to go elsewhere
The pharmacy chain Albertson’s, which was acquired by Walgreens, has closed stores in New Jersey, Delaware, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Virginia and has stopped selling medications.
The pharmacy has been closed in Pennsylvania for a month and will be closed in Delaware for a week.
The company has also stopped selling medication in New York, New Jersey and New York City, according to a statement.
Alberterson’s pharmacy in Virginia closed in September.
In New Jersey in October, the company said that it would not be opening new stores.
“Albertersontoday, Inc. is continuing to make every effort to reopen Alberterons stores in the region, but due to ongoing financial issues, we are unable to reopen the stores at this time,” the company stated.
The New Jersey-based company operates about 1,000 pharmacies, but has been in trouble since 2009, when it became the target of a government crackdown.
Last year, the federal government shuttered the company and said that the pharmacy chain would have to close by September 1.
Alberson’s said that they have not closed any stores, but will be closing some as they adjust to the shutdown.
Alibertsons pharmacies in New Hampshire and Rhode Island are still open.
Alobertsons is a big company with about $3 billion in annual revenue, according the New York Times.