Disneyland's "Super" COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Site Is Open, And Here's What It Looks Like Inside
Spoiler alert: Goofy won't be administering vaccines.
Ten months into its pandemic-related closure, Disneyland announced it would open as the first "super point of distribution (POD)" for the COVID-19 vaccine in Orange County.
However, since the scope of the vaccination effort is so massive, the operation at Disneyland is all about efficiency.
The super POD began operating on Wednesday, Jan. 13, in Disneyland's Toy Story parking lot.
As the line stretched down the street, those awaiting their turn were greeted with Incredibles-themed banners encouraging face coverings and hand washing.
Inside the POD, the line stretched...
...and stretched, rivaling the Stretching Room that welcomes guests into the Haunted Mansion.
The lines were super long, but the vaccine was more worth the wait than any ride or churro could ever be.
At the front of the line, they had their temperatures checked.
Here's what it looked like inside the tents:
After receiving the vaccine, people seemed really happy.
Like, REALLY happy.
I, too, would be ecstatic to receive the vaccine at the Happiest Place on Earth.
According to Do, the Disneyland vaccination site will be able to vaccinate more than 7,000 residents every day.
That's all we know about the Disneyland vaccination site so far, but it's good to see the park moving toward a rebrand as the Healthiest Place on Earth.
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