The Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA) has announced that the drive-thru Super Point-of-Dispensing (POD) located at the Disneyland Resort will be closing on Friday, April 30, 2021.

What’s Happening:

  • The COVID-19 vaccination site set up in the Toy Story Parking Lot at the Disneyland Resort will be closing on Friday, April 30 as the theme parks reopen to Guests.
  • The location was the first Super POD site in Orange County, opening on January 13, 2021. The site has administered approximately 220,852 doses first through walk-up service and then as a drive-thru.
  • The Orange County Health Care Agency says it is anticipated that by April 30th, when the location ceases operations, 233,000 doses will have been administered.
  • The HCA will reallocate staffing resources to other Super POD locations after the closure.
Photo: New York Times

Photo: New York Times

What They’re Saying:

  • Dr. Clayton Chau, County Health Officer and Director of the HCA: “On behalf of the HCA and the County of Orange, our sincerest thanks to the Disneyland Resort for being the first organization to offer their time, talents, and property to launch and sustain our first Super POD. I want to remind the community that our Soka University, Santa Ana College, and the OC Fair & Event Center Super PODs currently offer ADA-compliant drive-thru lanes to continue meeting the needs of individuals with disabilities. We’re not going away — we’re just balancing the changing needs of eligible patients with our staffing and vaccine allocations to ensure we can be as responsive as possible.”

Learn more about additional vaccination distribution channels in Orange County, California.

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