Disney California Adventure Park Has Become A Point Of Vaccination
Disneyland Amusement Park in California will be the point of mass vaccination against COVID-19, according to the authorities of Orange County (California), where the park is located. The establishment of such mass vaccination sites is "critical to stopping the spread of this deadly virus," the statement said. California Disneyland has been closed since March 2020.
In California, they plan to create other similar mass vaccination centers — they want to place them in stadiums, exhibition complexes, etc. Among other things, such points are going to open at the Dodger baseball stadium in Los Angeles, Levi's football stadium in Santa Clara, and at the Calexpo exhibition center in Sacramento.
Mass vaccination in the United States began in mid-December, where vaccines produced by Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech are used. California Governor Gavin Newsom said this week that vaccination in the state is too slow and promised that 1 million people would receive the vaccine within a week — twice as many as so far.
The United States is in first place in the world in the number of cases of coronavirus. More than 22.8 million cases of infection were detected there, and more than 380.6 thousand patients died during the pandemic.