The Orange County Health Care Agency reported Friday the COVID vaccine super site at Disneyland will close on April 30.

The Disneyland site opened on Jan. 13 as O.C’s. first huge scope vaccination site. As of Friday, it had managed around 220,852.

The site has needed to close irregularly on a few events because of solid breezes or vaccine supply deficiencies.

The site started with stroll up service prior to changing into a drive-through offering Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)- consistent in-vehicle vaccinations.

By April 30, the site is relied upon to have regulated 233,000 dosages.

“In the interest of the HCA and the County of Orange, our sincerest gratitude to the Disneyland Resort for being the primary association to offer their time, gifts and property to dispatch and support our first Super POD,” said Dr. Clayton Chau, County Health Officer and Director of the HCA.

The HCA settled on the choice to redistribute existing staffing assets to other Super POD areas to reinforce their activities.

“I need to remind the local area that our Soka University, Santa Ana College, and the OC Fair and Event Center Super PODs at present offer ADA-agreeable drive-through paths to keep addressing the necessities of people with disabilities. We’re not disappearing — we’re simply adjusting the changing necessities of qualified patients with our staffing and vaccine assignments to guarantee we can be pretty much as responsive as could really be expected,” said Dr. Chau.

For as long as month paving the way to this arranged conclusion, the OC Health Care Agency has just given second-portion vaccination arrangements at the Disneyland area.

The HCA will keep on controlling stroll up vaccination at the Anaheim Convention Center, Soka University, the OC Fair and Event Center, Santa Ana College, and through focused versatile PODs.