COVID-19 has stagnated the travel industry, which has shown
creativity in offering its services to COVID-19 relief.
Disneyland, which has been shuttered since
mid-March, is now serving as a vaccination super site. “Emergency medical workers and local residents over the age of 75 queued for the first of five Orange County, Calif., 'Super POD' (Point Of
Dispensing) sites, and Andrew Do, chairman of Orange County’s board of supervisors, says they will soon be able to inoculate 7,000 people a day there,” per The New York Times
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