The Latest: Protesters temporarily block LA vaccination site .

 The Latest: Protesters temporarily block LA vaccination site.

The Latest: Protesters temporarily block LA vaccination site .

Through Associated Press

The Los Angeles Times reports that one of the largest vaccination sites in the country temporarily closed on Saturday because dozens of protesters blocked the entrance, stopping hundreds of motorists who queued for hours.

Officials say the Los Angeles Fire Department closed the entrance to the vaccination center at Dodger Stadium at about 2:00 pm. as a precaution. The protesters included representatives of anti-vaccine and far-right groups.

Some of them carried posters condemning the COVID-19 vaccine and shouting for people not to get vaccinated. There were no cases of violence.


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