Disneyland Resort in Anaheim will serve as Orange County’s first large-scale COVID-19 vaccine site, county officials announced Monday.
According to CBS Los Angeles, there will be 5 regional super-sites with the capacity to vaccinate thousands of residents per day.
The Disneyland Resort super site will be operational later this week, the report adds. The vaccination superstore will currently only serve those identified under Phase 1A. Those who have an appointment will be able to receive a vaccination at any of the county’s super sites.
Importantly, COVID-19 vaccinations at the sites will only available to Orange County residents or those who work in the county and meet the criteria for what is referred to as Phase 1A, all tiers.
The Phase 1A group includes law enforcement, first responders in high-risk communities, and those age 75 and older.
The remaining sites will be announced as soon as agreements are finalized, the report adds.
A complete list of eligible groups can be found on the California Department of Public Health’s website.
More information about the county’s specific vaccination timeline can be found on the Orange County Health Care Agency’s website.
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