Disneyland in Anaheim will be the first super-vacuum site against COVID-19 to be launched later this week, officials said Monday.
Disneyland and four other regional sites will soon be administering thousands of vaccines each day to residents who are most vulnerable to poor disease outcomes. Officials will announce the remaining sites at the end of the agreements.
Those eligible for phase 1a vaccinations include first responders and individuals over the age of 75, as determined by the state health department. Officials said recipients of priority vaccines would be linked to schedule meetings through an application; walks will not be serviced, according to a statement.
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“Disneyland, the largest employer in the heart of Orange County, has stepped up to host the county’s first Super POD site – taking on a monumental task in our vaccination process,” he said in a statement. Chairman Andrew Do, First District. .
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Anaheim Mayor Hari Sidhu said the super site would begin easing the city’s health crisis and speeding economic recovery.
Orange County has reported more than 190,000 coronavirus cases and at least 2,000 deaths, while 2,277 patients with COVID-19 are in hospital, according to the state health department. These figures contribute to 2.7 million cases in the country and nearly 30,000 registered deaths.