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Supporting COVID-19 Immunizations

Helping those in need get to and from their COVID-19 immunization clinic.

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    Overview

    The COVID-19 immunization plan is rolling out across British Columbia and Metro Vancouver.

    Since the start of the pandemic, TransLink has been working hard to keep Metro Vancouver moving safely. We’ve also partnered with local health authorities to host COVID-19 testing facilities on our properties in Coquitlam and Surrey.

    Together, with our operating companies and contracted service providers, TransLink is proud to help connect people to their COVID-19 immunization and to continue to keep Metro Vancouver moving safely.


    Metro Vancouver Vaccination Clinics

    Find vaccine clinics near convenient SkyTrain or RapidBus stops.



    Medical Aid Vaccination Site RapidBus RapidBus Stop SkyTrain SkyTrain Stop

     

    Group Vaccine Shuttle Program

    TransLink is partnering with Fraser Health to launch the Group Vaccine Shuttle Program to help people facing transportation challenges access their COVID-19 immunization. To find out more – please visit fraserhealth.ca/bookaride

    We're also continuing to work with Vancouver Coastal Health to provide transportation supports where requested.

     

    Who can request a Group Vaccine Shuttle Bus?

    The program is currently for seniors, vulnerable groups or other individuals who live in the Fraser Health region and are facing barriers around transportation, such as limited options or affordability, or for those who need assistance in getting to and from their vaccination appointment due to a mobility, visual, or cognitive impairment.

    Find out which health authority serves your region.


    COVID-19 Precautions Before Boarding Transit

    If you are planning on taking transit to your vaccination appointment, we have a few safety tips you should be aware of first.

    • Transit etiquette: Stay home when unwell, avoid touching your face, and cough/ sneeze into your elbow.

    • Wear a mask: Masks are mandatory on board transit vehicles and when boarding or waiting to board across the system. See the Ministerial Order on mask use.

    • Physical distance: Please maintain physical distance from other passengers and transit staff when possible and follow our physical distancing markers where outlined.

    • Sanitize your hands: Use sanitizer before and after riding transit.

    Please visit our COVID-19 precautions web page to learn more information on how we’re keeping you safe on transit.


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