Premises at Leeds stadium to be converted into vaccination centers

Leeds temporarily transferred part of its territory to the British Ministry of Health.

English Leeds became the first Premier League club to donate their stadium to create a coronavirus vaccination center. The British press reports.

According to the source, Leeds provided the local Ministry of Health with one of the Elland Road buildings, which can hold up to 2,800 people.

The Leeds Arena has been identified by the British Ministry of Health as the ideal location for one of the largest vaccination centers in the north of England. Elland Road is close to the M1 motorway and is easily accessible and has ample parking spaces near the stadium.