Offbeat Vaccination in Ile-de-France: A vaccination opens Saturday to Disneyland
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a large vaccination center will open from Saturday to, announced this Wednesday the Prefecture of Seine-et-Marne. The will be installed "at the Disney's Newport Bay Club Convention Center of Disneyland Paris", usually used for professional events. The place selected is close to the hotels, outside the amusement park itself. No thematic animation linked to the park is planned.
After ceasing its activity between March 13 and July 15, 2020,because of sanitary restrictions. The center "will vaccinate at least 1,000 people a day," but will have the particularity of being opened only on weekends, thanks to the mobilization of about sixty doctors, nurses, firefighters and personalities, according to the organizers . Meeting will only be appointed by the Internet, they specified.
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Acceleration of vaccination
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Disneyland opening highlights California's COVID turnaround .
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Four months ago, America’s most populous state was struggling to combat a surge in coronavirus hospitalizations that packed patients into outdoor tents and killed hundreds of people each day. On Friday, Disneyland, California's world-famous theme park, will reopen to visitors after an unprecedented 13-month closure in what tourism officials hope is a sign of the state’s rebound from the pandemic. For now, the park is allowing only in-state visitors and operating at limited capacity.