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Beginning Monday, April 6th, Detroiters can get a $2 ride to the Joe Dumars Fieldhouse at the State Fairgrounds to receive a COVID-19 test. People that can’t provide the $2 will still be able to get a ride. The COVID-19 tests at the Fairgrounds are free, and you DO NOT need a prescription to get a test.

How it works:

  1. Make a Fairgrounds Appointment – If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 of have come in contact with an infected person, call 313-230-0505 to make an appointment.
  2. Don’t have transportation? – Tell the call taker who books your Fairgrounds appointment. They will connect you directly to the car service to book your $2 ride. The rides are only for Detroiters being picked up and dropped off at a Detroit residence.
    1. Wheelchair accessible transportation options to the testing site are separate from the city’s existing paratransit service.
    2. Patients will be able to have a family, friend, or caregiver go with them.
  3. The day of your test – When your driver arrives, bring your identification (if you don’t have a state issued ID, you can bring any other piece of identification such as a work badge, utility bill, etc.). Both the driver and passenger will be asked to wear masks and gloves for their protection.  After the test, the driver will take you back home.

Special thank you to IntelliRide for providing transportation services, and Gary Torgow and ITC Holdings for their generous contributions that made the transportation program possible.

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