Orange County officials announced on Monday that the happiest place on earth will become a super venue for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
According to the county’s press release, the resort will be the first of five regional POD (or distribution point) locations in the area, which can vaccinate thousands of residents every day. It will be operational later this week.
County Chairman Andrew Do said in a statement: “Disneyland Resort is the largest employer in the heart of Orange County and has stepped up to host the county’s first super POD site-in our vaccination The arduous task was undertaken in the process.” “We are very grateful to the Orange County Fire Department, our city and residents for their support, because we will continue to promote the COVID-1
Currently, residents and staff in Orange County can use the vaccine, and these people and all stages of the California vaccine rollout phase 1a meet the listed standards. This population includes medical staff and long-term care residents.
Supervisor Donald P. Wagner said: “It is very important to vaccinate as many volunteers as possible with COVID-19. We need to have enough space to vaccinate.” Residents of the Owner’s Registration Code provide anti-virus protection.”
People who are eligible for vaccination will contact them through their employer to arrange an appointment. In recent months, the COVID-19 infection rate in California has soared, with the total number of cases in the state exceeding 2 million. Due to the pandemic, Disneyland has been closed since March, although Downtown Disney has been able to operate with limited capacity in accordance with state guidelines.