As we previously shared, Disneyland theme park is being put to good use despite their closure in becoming a COVID-19 vaccination super site. There is now reportedly talk that Walt Disney World could be the next “super site”.
As shared by OrlandoSentinel: Disney World is talking with the state and offering to help the vaccine efforts in any way it can. The company said it is focused on being a good community partner to help with the pandemic.
Like hospitals across the state, Disney World has the capacity to store the vaccine with an ultracold freezer, said state emergency director Jared Moskowitz during a virtual town hall with state Rep Anna Eskamani, D-Orlando, last week. “We have no ultracold freezer storage problems here in the state. There are plenty of hospitals with them. County health departments have them. Some universities have them. Disney World has one,” Moskowitz said, adding his department bought some, too.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis alluded to the possibility when the workforce becomes the next target to vaccinate after seniors. “You literally could drop a bunch of vaccines at Disney, Orange County Schools, wherever,” DeSantis said last week during a news conference in Longwood.