BART offers free rides from Oakland COVID-19 vaccination site

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According to a BART press release, anyone who is vaccinated at the Oakland Coliseum vaccination site can receive a free BART ticket if they present their vaccination card with the corresponding date. The vaccination site itself is accessible to communities within the Oakland area that have the highest numbers of COVID-19 cases.

BART is offering free rides home to users of Oakland Coliseum’s mass COVID-19 vaccination site, which opened Tuesday and is accessible from the Coliseum BART station.
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