vaccination sites in LA temporarily shut down because dozen of protesters blocked the entrance

LOS ANGELES — One of the biggest vaccination locales in the nation briefly shut down Saturday since dozen of dissenters hindered the passage, slowing down many drivers who had been sitting tight in line for quite a long time, the media announced.

The Los Angeles Fire Department shut the passage to the vaccination community at Dodger Stadium around 2 p.m. as an insurance, authorities told the paper.

The nonconformists had individuals from against vaccine and extreme right gatherings, the Times announced. Some of them conveyed signs criticizing the COVID-19 vaccine and yelling for individuals not to get the shots.

There were no occurrences of brutality, the power source said.

“This is totally off-base,” said German Jaquez, who drove from his home in La Verne and had been sitting tight for an hour for his vaccination when the arena’s entryways were shut. He said a portion of the dissenters were telling individuals in line that the Covid isn’t genuine and that the vaccination is perilous.

An authority said the local group of fire-fighters wanted to resume the vaccination site around 3 p.m. The site is normally open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A post via online media portrayed the showing as the “SCAMDEMIC PROTEST/MARCH.” It encouraged members to “kindly forgo wearing Trump/MAGA clothing as we need our assertion to reverberate with the mindless followers. No banners except for instructive signs as it were.

“This is a sharing data dissent and walk against everything COVID, Vaccine, PCR Tests, Lockdowns, Masks, Fauci, Gates, Newsom, China, digital tracking, and so on”