Seen from the sky, the COVID-19 vaccination center in Dodger Stadium’s parking lot looks like a giant Disneyland Autopia attraction. The line for the shots snakes through a sea of orange parking cones and can take a while to negotiate. Having at least a half full tank of gas in a working vehicle is recommended. I saw several cars break down in line and didn’t notice any restrooms along the way to the vaccination stations. There are three areas where the Moderna vaccine is given in cars (offered in the left or right arms), making the parking lot one of America’s largest COVID-19 vaccination sites. Nearly one week after anti-vaccination protesters temporarily shut down the site, it should soon be running at full capacity – dosing about 12,000 people a day — and runs late into the evening.
All Photos by Ted Soqui