High Desert Residents Can Use Vaccine Xpress Shuttle for Victorville Vaccine Site

By Staff Reports

(Victor Valley)– Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) is helping High Desert residents get to vaccination appointments at the Hook Community Center in Victorville. Vaccines are now available for residents aged 65 and over with the Vaccine Xpress free shuttle.

Interested residents must first make an appointment for the Hook Community Center at sbcovid19.com/vaccine/locations. At least 30 minutes before your appointment time, come to the Victorville Transit Hub at 7th and Lorene and look for the Vaccine Xpress Bus Stop Sign. A short drive later, you will be taken to your appointment.

The shuttle will begin roundtrips from the Transit Hub every 30 minutes on the hour, during the time the center is open for vaccinations: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Information on the Vaccine Xpress, along with routes that serve the Transit Hub, can be found here on the VVTA website.

“VVTA is always pleased to provide services that are needed and to be able to respond at such a short notice to help those needing assistance getting to their vaccination appointment,” said VVTA Executive Director Kevin Kane. “We wish everyone to be healthy and safe.”

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