The Royal Flying Doctor Service has been on the road for the past week with their mobile vaccination clinics, delivering hundreds of COVID jab doses across the state.
Last week 49 vaccinations were administered in St Leonards followed by 50 at Westbury, 29 people in Beaconsfield, 44 in Beauty Point, 24 at Strahan, 29 people in Tullah and a further 24 in Waratah.
RFDS Tasmania chief executive John Kirwan said the buses were providing a vital service for rural and remote communities and that they have received positive feedback from communities .
"We are very proud to be involved in this important program and are pleased with the response from Tasmanians," he said.
Buses will this week be stopping in Mole Creek, Edith Creek, Irishtown, Sassafras, Redpa and Railton.
The buses will then travel to Bridport, Gladstone and Winneleah next week.
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