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Attention Health Workers: You Can Now Get Vaccinated At Dodger Stadium

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Staff check drivers' appointments and ID's at the entrance to the vaccination site at Dodger Stadium. (Chava Sanchez/LAist)
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As part of the effort to supercharge the COVID-19 vaccination campaign, Dodger Stadium opened today as a mass vaccination site, ending its role as a location for coronavirus tests.

For now it’s reserved for those working health care and nursing homes. The county still has another 500,000 health workers who need to get immunized before it can move on to inoculating those 65 and older, along with first responders and other essential workers.

Some 200 people will staff the Dodger Stadium site, with the target of vaccinating 12,000 people a day.

We’ve got all the details on how it works when you go for your shot.

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