Disneyland Paris, Europe’s most visited theme park resort, will host a mass COVID-19 immunisation site beginning Saturday, according to the theme park.
The vaccination station will only be open on weekends and will seek to immunise 1,000 individuals each Saturday and Sunday. The vaccine location, according to sources, will be near the Newport Bay Club, a conference centre. TKM, a French news portal, wrote, “The Disney park will become a vaccination centre against the coronavirus. Starting Saturday, they will supply Pfizer to people over 60 years of age or to people with a risk pathology. The idea is to vaccinate up to 1,000 people per day” [sic]
🎢DISNEYLAND PARÍS🎢#Francia | El parque de Disney se convertirá en un centro de vacunación contra el coronavirus.
A partir del sábado, suministrarán Pfizer a mayores de 60 años o a personas que tengan una patología de riesgo.
⭕La idea es vacunar hasta a 1.000 personas por día. pic.twitter.com/Ft1zi5WU1a
— TKM (@mundotkmcom) April 23, 2021
Updates On Virus’ Vaccines For France
On Tuesday, French President Emmanuel Macron met with senior government officials in Paris to discuss the next step of the country’s coronavirus vaccine programme. The discussion took place only days after the European Union’s medicines authority revealed that it had discovered a “possible relationship” between Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccination and exceedingly uncommon blood clots and suggested that a warning be added to the label.
France’s increased vaccine rollout is progressively expanding beyond the most vulnerable people, who were initially targeted for the first injections, to younger and healthier people. However, health officials are still having difficulty meeting demand for vaccinations, particularly for the Pfizer vaccine.