The 'Betty' vaccination bus has been visiting neighbourhoods across Telford & Wrekin where there has been a low take up of the jab.
The first session took place at Brookside, and it has since visited Arleston, Donnington, Hadley, Hollinswood, Horsehay, Leegomery, Madeley, Oakengates, Sutton Hill and Wellington.
The plan is for the bus to now start visiting some of the biggest employers in the borough.
Councillor Shaun Davies, leader of the council, said: "We know not everyone can travel to one of the usual walk-in clinics.
"Betty allows our residents to just pop out down the road to go and get their vaccination.
"Bringing vaccinations to people's doorsteps like this makes it as easy as possible for people to get protected.
"Over 1,000 people have had a jab on the bus, and vaccination rates in areas the bus has visited have increased.
"The hard work we have put in with partners across the public sector to get Betty up and running in response to the Omicron variant is paying off – this is great to see.
"The bus is still making its way around the borough, and you don't need to book an appointment, so come and get your booster if you see the bus.
"It's not too late to get your first or second dose either."
The bus will be in the following locations from 10am on the following dates until vaccinations run out
Hadley Cultural Centre on Wednesday, January 12
Horsehay Village Hall on Thursday, January 13
Donnington Asda on Friday, January 14
Oakengates Theatre on Saturday, January 15
Sutton Hill, Hub on the Hill on Sunday, January 16
Hollinswood, Parish Council Offices on Tuesday, January 18
Hadley Cultural Centre Wednesday, January 19
Madeley, Anstice Thursday, January 20
People do not need an appointment or need to be registered with a GP to receive a vaccination on Betty the vaccination bus.
Details of other walk-in clinics across Telford and Wrekin can be found at www.telford.gov.uk/walkin