Albury Wodonga Health's push to deliver more COVID-19 booster shots got off to a steady start with a mobile clinic at Bunnings Warehouse in Wodonga.
The service's public health unit conducted 15 vaccinations with the commencement of the pop-up clinic on Wednesday.
Retired builder Laelan Knight took the chance to get his booster during a routine trip to the hardware store.
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"I went to Bunnings to get a packet of screws and I saw the bus there and thought 'this is convenient'," he said.
"I'd been reading how things are getting worse with this new type of virus and I thought I should book it while I'm here.
"It was easy to go in and get it done straight away.
"I had a fun half an hour there with the staff. They were great people to work with."
The vaccination service is open until Saturday from 8am to 1pm.
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