The Walt Disney Company has struggled to figure out what to do about the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on its parks, but as the United States embarks on an aggressive vaccination campaign, the company parks the Orange County The first will largely serve as COVID-19. Vaccination super-site. Officially known as POD (Point-of-Dispensing) site, it is expected
County President Andrew Doe said in a statement, “Disney County Resort, the largest employer in the heart of Orange County, has stepped in to host the county’s first Super POD site.” We are in fact the Orange County Fire Authority, our cities And appreciate the support of our residents because we want to continue COVID-19 vaccination throughout the county. “
Super POD will have the ability to vaccinate thousands of residents each day. Super POD will increase efficiency and provide multiple vaccine delivery points throughout Orange County. The county will announce additional Super POD sites when the agreements are finalized.
“I am proud of both the Disneyland Resorts and the City of Anaheim in our Fourth District
Super POD sites in Orange County, “Supervisor Doug Chaffee said.” Residents of my district have
Highly affected by COVID-19. These super PODs are absolutely crucial in stopping this deadly
Vaccine distribution is managed in a phased manner established by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). Currently, the vaccination is available to Orange County residents and those working in Orange County who meet the criteria referred to as “Phase 1A, all levels”.
Phase 1A cohorts include law enforcement first responders in high-risk communities and were recently expanded to include those 75 and older. We are excited to serve this group as a priority group. According to a statement from Disneyland, the county is teaming up with community partners to create a process that reaches seniors closer to home and serves those best.
Vaccination will be received at the new Super POD locations in the county for appointment only to those identified under Phase 1A. Individuals with appointments must provide on-site vaccine eligibility identification and documentation. Walk-ups cannot be adjusted without an appointment. Given the limited initial supply of the COVID-19 vaccine, distribution will be limited at first and will increase over time. A phased, targeted approach to vaccine delivery aimed at reaching critical populations to reduce morbidity and mortality due to transmission of COVID-19.
“Coronavirus has brought both a public health crisis and economic devastation,” said Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu. “With this super site, we will begin to overcome both. Each vaccination performed in Anaheim will help speed up the reopening and recovery of our city and save lives.”