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Disneyland Is Being Converted to Mass Vaccination Site in Orange County

Disneyland, which has been closed since last March, will reopen as a massive “Point-Of Dispensing” (aka a vaccine site) in the coming days, making the large property one of the biggest such centers in Southern California.


The theme park will be Orange County’s first mass vaccination site, according to county officials, and is intended not only to push through hundreds of people per day when operating at capacity, but also to act as a symbol of sorts for a turn towards a better future.


Fans and locals alike have been clamoring for Disneyland to reopen for months, as it has never been closed this long in its entire history.


Orange County health department officials hope to complete all vaccinations by July 4.

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