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Officials at the vaccination site near Sacramento, California, said they will temporarily close the vaccination site this week so that they can hold pre-planned events.
According to reports, the operator of the “ground” in Roseville (formerly known as the Placer County Fair) stated that the space was previously reserved for the SacAnime exchange meeting organized by Japanese anime enthusiasts in the spring of 2021.
The Sacramento Bee reported that Price County spokeswoman Katie Combs-Prichard confirmed the suspension of vaccination on Thursday and Friday.
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Combs-Prichard told Bees that county officials will extend the vaccination schedule from Monday to Wednesday to compensate for the schedule conflict.
Since the site is usually closed on weekends, the community will not be vaccinated on site for four consecutive days until filming resumes next week.
The organizers of SacAnime responded on Twitter.
The organization wrote: “We are aware of the concern of closing the placer county bazaar vaccination clinic during the event.”
This news has caused sharp comments from social media users.
One user wrote: “I am very happy to hold an animation conference in the same area where they manage the vaccine.” “Delay my second dose of medicine beyond the recommended 28 days to get extra points.”
According to the report, according to the guidelines announced by Governor Gavin Newsom last week, Thursday is the time when Californians between the ages of 50 and 64 are eligible for vaccination.
The eligibility age will be reduced to 16 years old on April 15.
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The newspaper pointed out that as the coronavirus pandemic continues, many health officials have been advising that the animation event will be a face-to-face event for multiple days.
But at least one doctor defended the plan for this animation activity.
Lung and critical care physician Dr. Vanessa Walker told KCRA-TV in Sacramento: “Now we are in this phrase, we don’t want to keep every bit of life absolutely away from our community.” “We must have the ability to try to be normal. The appearance of things, but I think we can do normal things in a safe way.”