The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif., which has been closed to the public for nearly a year due to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, has been converted into a so-called "Super POD site" for the mass administration of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) vaccines.
In partnership with President Donald Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" program, Disneyland was transformed into "the first Super Point-of-Dispensing (POD) site for COVID-19 vaccines in Orange County," officials indicated.
One of five that has been set up throughout the area, the Disneyland Super POD site is being furnished with enough injections to jab thousands of people daily, until eventually millions have received Big Pharma's untested messenger RNA (mRNA) technology inside their bodies.
"The Disneyland Resort, the largest employer in the heart of Orange County, has stepped up to host the county's first Super POD site – undertaking a monumental task in our vaccination distribution process," said acting Chairman Andrew Do, from the First District, in a statement about the new program.
Dough Chaffee, Orange County's Supervisor, added that these Super POD sites are "absolutely critical in stopping this deadly virus."
Other local landmarks in the Southern California area that have likewise converted their facilities into Super POD sites for COVID-19 vaccine distribution include Los Angeles County's Dodger Stadium and San Diego's Petco Park. The CalExpo fairgrounds in Sacramento is also being converted into a Super POD site.
At Petco Park in San Diego, "frontline" workers have already been lining up to get their jabs at warp speed. The facility is aiming to inject upwards of 5,000 health care workers per day until all of them throughout the region have been fully vaccinated.
"It's kind of like a Disneyland ride" with cars moving through, stated Heather Buschman, spokeswoman for University of California San Diego Health, whose medical staff is busy administering the shots as fast as they possibly can. More than 12,500 health care workers in San Diego have thus far scheduled appointments to get jabbed at Petco Park.
"It's important to vaccinate as many willing people as possible for COVID-19, and we need the space to do it," explained Supervisor Donald P. Wagner, from the Third District, in a statement about the operation's progress at Disneyland.
"I thank Disneyland Resort and the City of Anaheim for stepping up in the shared effort to give OC residents protection against the virus."
Individuals who qualify for early vaccination under California's Phase 1a administration guidelines are free to visit the Magic Kingdom as desired to receive their magical coronavirus injections.
"Coronavirus has brought both a public health crisis and economic devastation," added Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu in a statement. "With this super site, we will begin to overcome both. Every vaccination done in Anaheim will help to save lives and speed the reopening and recovery of our city."
Many commenters at The Epoch Times were flabbergasted that hordes of health care workers are eager to get the shot, especially since reports continue to pour in about early adopters suffering serious adverse events.
"Seems fitting that the vaccine campaign is a Mickey Mouse operation," wrote one Epoch commenter. "Maybe they can dress the first responders in Disney characters to help calm the fear they created."
"This is a clever way to trick people into possibly ruining their health or lives," wrote another, noting that nearly everyone who tests positive for COVID-19 recovers with minimal or no symptoms. "Sounds like a pied piper event."
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