Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, has been established as a COVID-19 vaccination "super site" according to a press release from Orange County.

The resort will serve a vital role in the battle to stop the spread of the COVID-19

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Know as a Super Point-of-Dispensing site, or Super POD site, Disneyland has the capacity to vaccinate thousands of people every day. 

"Every vaccination done in Anaheim will help to save lives,” said Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu.

Orange County is currently in Phase 1A, which makes the COVID-19 vaccine available to law enforcement first responders in high-risk communities and people aged 75 and older.

According to the release, those eligible to be vaccinated in Phase 1A will be contacted through their employer to schedule an appointment.

Once an appointment is made, people could receive their vaccination at Disneyland or one of Orange County’s four other Super POD locations. 

The Super POD site at Disneyland Resort will be operational later this week. 

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