Amigos host a well being honest with free medical exams on Saturday, COVID-19 vaccines | KLBK | KAMC

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LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) – The following is a press release from The United Family:

On Saturday, August 7th, a health fair with free medical checkups and COVID-19 vaccinations will take place at every Amigos location from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. An appointment is not required for any of these offers.

Medical tests include glucose tests as well as total cholesterol screening. As with all United Family locations, each of the three major COVID-19 vaccines (Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson) should be available to guests at each location.

“These fairs can be so important to guests in our communities,” said Tim Purser, pharmacy director at The United Family. “We know that these medical exams, as well as the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, can fill a health gap for many of our guests. As always, we hope that a lot of people will come and use these free services. “

Here are the four Amigos locations:

  • Amarillo, 3300 I-40 East, Amarillo, TX 79103
  • Lubbock, 112 N. University, Lubbock, TX 79415
  • Hereford, 520 N. 25-Mile Ave., Hereford, TX 79045
  • Plainview, 2403 N. Columbia Ave., Plainview, TX 79072

About The United Family®
In the 105th year of its existence, United Supermarkets, LLC – dba The United Family® – is a Texas-based grocery chain with stores in 54 communities in Texas and New Mexico. As a self-selling company with headquarters and distribution centers in Lubbock, The United Family currently operates 97 stores under five unique banners: United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, Albertsons Market and United Express, along with subsidiary companies RC Taylor Distributing, USM Manufacturing, United Food and Beverage Services and Llano Logistics. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Albertsons Companies, Inc.

(Press release from The United Family) continues ongoing reporting on the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) with updates on its effects and vaccination efforts.

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