Test operations at the stadium will end on Monday, the city said. The site will be vaccinated by the end of the week, reaching the expected 12,000 vaccinations per day once fully operational.
“Since the beginning of this pandemic, the Dodger Stadium has been a home base for our test infrastructure, a vital part of our efforts to track the spread of COVID-19, try to anticipate outbreaks and save lives,” said Mayor Eric Garsetti. “Vaccines are the surest way to eradicate this virus and chart a recovery course, so the city, the county and our entire team put their best resources into the field to make Angelenos vaccinated as quickly, safely and safely as possible. effective. “
City officials have acknowledged that the closure of the site will reduce the overall possibility of testing in the region ̵
The city opened Dodger Stadium for COVID-19 testing in May 2020, and more than 1 million tests have been performed since then.
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