Orange County is managing vaccine appointments via Othena, a local app powered by Cura Patient where residents and workers can sign up to receive their free coronavirus vaccine at point-of-dispensing locations like Disneyland.

Disneyland, which has been shuttered since March, became one of five regional “super POD” sites on Wednesday when it opened for vaccinations.

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Currently, vaccines are available for healthcare workers in Phase 1A as well as those in law enforcement working in high-risk settings and those 65 and older.

Next, vaccinations are expected to open up to jails; homeless shelters; commercial and residential real estate professions; and critical manufacturing.

The final phase includes most individuals with underlying conditions and government professions.

The county said it hopes to vaccinate 70% of the county’s population by early July.

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