• June 16, 2021

What happens to the remaining shelves of US pharmacies that have closed?

The last of the US pharmacies to close was the once-bustling Johnson & Johnson in December of 2014.

Since then, however, many more pharmacies have closed across the country.

Some have been reopening as new locations have opened, and some have moved to other parts of the country where there is a greater demand for their services.

As of November 30, there are about 1,000 pharmacies in the US, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

The rest have closed for the last four years.

One of those remaining, the Walgreens in Rochester, Minnesota, closed on September 25, 2017.

But that has left the community of just over 4,000 people without a pharmacy.

“The Walgros are our lifeline,” said Tim O’Connor, an unemployed, single father of three.

O’Connor said he found the Walgreen’s pharmacy at a vacant house near the Wal-Mart store he worked at for 10 years.

It had just moved out a few years ago and now he and his wife are working from home and have a limited income.

He said the pharmacy was open for the rest of the day and night on Thanksgiving and Christmas, but was closed on New Years Eve and New Year’s Day.

Wegmans, meanwhile, shut its pharmacy at its Rochester location in late 2015 after a series of poor sales and increased drug costs.

Now, it is being rebuilt and opened in a new building, a Walgreen Supercenter.

A spokesman for the company said that in the past year, the number of pharmacies has gone up in the Rochester area and that the company is actively looking for new locations.

In addition to the Walgreys, the remaining stores are located in Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Louisville, Cleveland, and Cleveland.

The Walgreens have struggled with dwindling pharmacy sales and rising drug costs, as well as poor customer service and customer complaints.

Last year, a federal judge found the company liable for hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost sales and damages and ordered it to pay $1.1 billion.