Those wishing to receive the vaccine must make an appointment and be eligible based on the state’s priority list. Right now only those working in health care, including hospital, lab and pharmacy employees, paramedics and EMTs, home health aides, as well as long-term care facility residents and workers are eligible.
“Disneyland Resort is proud to help support Orange County and the city of Anaheim with the use of our property, and we are grateful for all of their efforts to combat COVID-19,” Dr. Pamela Hymel, chief medical officer, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, said. “After a year in which so many in our community have faced unprecedented hardship and uncertainty, there is now reason for optimism with the administration of a vaccine.”
There are two other POD (point of distribution) sites for the vaccine. All three were overwhelmed by individuals without an appointment yesterday. The Orange County Health Care Agency urges residents to make an appointment and do not show up without one.
Source: OC Register
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