Dodger Stadium went from the world’s largest COVID-19 testing site to the country’s largest vaccination site. By the end of the week, the goal is to be able to give 12,000 shots to patients per day. One disaster relief worker calls this the most important project in her 15 years of work. And one patient reports that the process is surprisingly efficient and smooth.
What it’s like getting vaccinated at Dodger Stadium
From this Episode:
Behind the scenes of the country’s largest COVID vaccination site at Dodger Stadium
The vaccine site opened on January 15 and administered 2,500 shots. On Saturday, another 4,800 were given. The goal is to reach 12,000 shots every day by the end of this week.
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