Long Beach, California 2021-03-04 17:24:37 –
Elderly people aged 65 and over in Long Beach can simply head to the Long Beach Convention Center and wait in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine until 5 pm today without reservation.
City health officials said they have been vaccinated about 500 times to administer the vaccine to those who appear. Elderly people who wish to be vaccinated need to prove that they live in Long Beach. Once all the vacancy was filled, health officials said they would make a promise for those who weren’t shot today.
Elderly people can walk to the terrace theater with a fountain. According to health officials, free parking is available under the theater on the outskirts of Ocean Boulevard and Collinsway.
Authorities did not immediately answer the question as to why they decided to provide the vaccine without reservation, which was usually necessary in the past, but recently other jurisdictions have stated that the state reservation system, I criticized MyTurn. Eliminate the population and those who abuse it to book appointments in turn.
The state insists that the county prioritizes vaccinations for those who live in the most affected areas and those who work in certain front-line critical jobs, but the My Turn system provides the flexibility to do so. Not said on Wednesday, as reported by Barbara Feller, Director of Public Health, Los Angeles County Los Angeles Times.