A boy with autism has been given the flu shot after visiting a Disneyland park.
The boy, a three-year old boy, was hospitalized at a hospital in California for two weeks due to complications from the flu.
Disneyland is located in California and has a vaccination program for children who are at high risk of catching the virus.
Disneyland officials have been trying to increase vaccination rates among visitors.
The city of Anaheim has been hosting the annual Disneyland flu vaccination program since 2011.
Disneyland has been testing a large number of guests for the virus this year.
This year’s vaccination campaign included testing thousands of people and taking thousands of swabs, officials said.
This was the first time the city had tested an entire city population for the flu since the pandemic began in 2009.