It’s Simple to Get Vaccinated with Metrolink!

Metrolink is helping SoCal communities across our six-county region get vaccinated and stop the spread of COVID-19 

Metrolink is offering several programs to assist our community across Southern California in getting vaccinated. From serving direct routes to walk-up vaccination sites, to subsidizing tickets, and working the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to create mobile vaccination clinics at specific Metrolink stations — here’s how to work with our Metrolink family and “get the shot.” 

Mobile Vaccination Sites in Palmdale and Lancaster 

As eligibility widens for the vaccine across the state of California, we’re excited to be working with the Los Angeles County Public Health department to launch mobile vaccination clinics for riders and the local community to easily get a vaccination at Metrolink stations in Lancaster and Palmdale.  

Metrolink and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health are partnering to provide free mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics beginning Tuesday, April 20, 2021 in the safe environment of Metrolink’s Palmdale and Lancaster stations. Vaccinations will be available from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday via walk up or by pre-registering with vaccination provider RemediaCare

Remedia Care will supply vaccines to anyone age 16 and older who lives in or works in LA County, in accordance with Public Health guidelines. The mobile clinics will administer 250 vaccines per site/per day. 

Take Metrolink Directly to the Vaccination Site at Cal State LA 

And we’ve been busy connecting the community to vaccines as eligibility tiers have unfolded. For two months, we’ve been offering a direct connection to Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 vaccination location at California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA).  

Taking Metrolink to Your Appointment Has Benefits 

We’re also reaching out to the various counties we serve to explore how we can offer  promotional Metrolink tickets for people making appointments at a vaccine center within three miles of a Metrolink station.  

Currently the agency is also in conversations with certain cities in Southern California to help vaccinate the community by providing subsidized tickets to directly access the Cal State LA and other vaccination sites, using Metrolink. 

Join the Metrolink Team in Doing Your Part to Stop the Spread 

Metrolink CEO Stephanie Wiggins and Colleagues at a Vaccination Site

Metrolink cares about our riders and their health and safety. If you are unable to get to your neighborhood station, click here to see a list of locations that provide access to COVID-19 vaccinations that are within a three-mile radius of our stations.  

We’re all in this together — so join Metrolink in protecting yourself and others against the spread COVID-19. 

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