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Tuesday BP: Oracle Park could be used as a COVID-19 vaccination site

Following in the footsteps of Dodger Stadium and Petco Park, the Giants home could house vaccine distribution.

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Hello and happy Tuesday.

On Monday, it was announced that Dodger Stadium and Petco Park, the homes of the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, respectively, would be used as vaccine sites for the coronavirus vaccine.

We should note that Gavin Newsom managed to get the names of both stadiums wrong. Impressive. Naturally, this brought up a discussion as to whether the San Francisco Giants home, Oracle Park, would be used in the same fashion. According to Kerry Crowley of the Bay Area News Group, the organization is in conversations about how to help.

Oracle Park doesn’t have the massive open parking lot that the other parks do, so it’s unclear what role they’d best be suited for. But they still have a lot to offer in terms of large, outdoor space.

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Have a fabulous Tuesday, friends. Stay safe out there.