The theme park property will host what Orange County calls a POD, or a large vaccine distribution point.
Disneyland will be the first of five Super POD sites in Orange County with the capacity to vaccinate thousands of people each day. The remaining sites will be announced after the finalization of their agreements.
The vaccination site in the park is expected to open later this week.
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“Disneyland, the largest employer in the heart of Orange County, has stepped up to host the county̵
“We sincerely appreciate the support of the Orange County Fire Department, our cities and our residents as we continue to distribute COVID-19 vaccinations throughout the country.”
A Disneyland executive said the theme park is happy to support vaccination efforts.
“Disneyland Resort is proud to help support Orange County and the city of Anaheim with the use of our property, and we are grateful for all their efforts to combat COVID-19. After a year in which so many of our community have faced unprecedented hardship and uncertainty, there is now cause for optimism about the vaccine, “said Dr. Pamela Hamel, chief medical officer, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products.
More information on vaccine distribution and prioritization in Orange County is available here.
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Disneyland remains closed to the public under government orders to stay at home.
Downtown Disney is open to limited capacity and precautions.
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