From all of us at The Morelli’s Family of Pharmacies, we would like to thank all the front-line workers who are keeping us safe, healthy and supplied with essential items. Thank you to the doctors, nurses and support staff. Thank you to first responders. Thank you to all of those keeping food on the shelves of our grocery stores. Thank you to those employed at gas stations and service centers who ensure essential workers can get to their workplace. Thank you to the truck drivers who deliver essential goods. And of course, thank you to our pharmacy staff who continue to provide service and support to our patients.
And THANK YOU FOR STAYING HOME. By doing your part to stay home, our frontline workers can do theirs.
We have built our reputation on the value of personalized time and care that we take for each and every one of our patients.
You will have seen some changes in our pharmacies since the outbreak first began.
Added drop at front door delivery services, telephone consultations, suspension of in-person MedsChecks, protective barriers at point of contact areas, and limitations on number of patients in at a time.
These changes are necessary to deliver on our commitment to the safety and well being of you, our staff and our partners. We deeply care about our patients and the communities we serve. Our incredible staff continue to work tirelessly to provide you the very best care during this unprecedented time.
If you have any of the following symptoms:
Fever, cough, shortness of breath and have travelled outside the country in the last 14 days;
Or have symptoms and have been in contact with someone who has travelled outside the country in the last 14 days; Or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
Please call us with your prescription refills or leave your prescription on the counter at our locations and we will contact you regarding delivery.
For more information on COVID-19 and how you can help protect yourself visit https://www.guardian-ida-pharmacies.ca/en/my-health/covid-19-coronavirus