If you are having trouble getting to a location to get your COVID-19 vaccine, the City of El Paso has a solution for you. They are teaming up with Project Amistad for free rides to any COVID-19 vaccination site for seniors, individuals with disabilities, and individuals with transportation challenges. You need to be living in the County of El Paso in order to qualify for the free ride.

If you want to request the free transportation to a COVID-19 vaccine site you'll need to book your ride 24 hours in advance of the appointment date by calling (915) 212-6843. The City is now able to register and vaccinate residents on the same day at any of the City vaccination sites. You no longer will need an appointment because walk-ups are available at the following City locations:

Jeffrey Hamilton

El Paso Convention Center, 1 Civic Center Plaza
8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
220 S. Stanton (corner of First and Stanton)
9341 Alameda
7380 Remcon
Vaccines are available at these locations from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday

You will have to wear your mask when you use this free ride service. Also, City officials say you should continue wearing your face mask, wash your hands often, and make sure you maintain social distancing whenever you are around people, whether you have or have
not yet gotten the vaccine. If you need more information about using this free ride service from the City of El Paso and Project Amistad you can call (915) 212-6843.

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