The Vanderburgh County Health Department's mobile vaccine clinic stopped at two locations around Evansville on Tuesday.
Ruler Foods and Simpsons Sueprmarket were the two destinations for the metro bus turned vaccine clinic. With no sign up necessary, several people were able to get their first rounds of the coronavirus vaccine.
"Go ahead, get up, get out and go do it. It's worth it," said Kimberly Andrews, one of the vaccine recipients.
Other people showed up to receive their third dose of the vaccine. While the clinic is not currently offering third doses to the public, one man seeking his third dose has a message for those hesitant to get their first or second dose.
"I mean, a mask is very much inconvenient but I don't think it's as inconvenient as a coffin," said Renard Peyton of Evansville.
Indiana residents ages 12 and up are eligible to receive their doses of the vaccine.
On Wednesday, the VCHD mobile vaccine clinic will be set up at the Grocery Outlet on Fulton Ave.