Brunswick residents rolled up in their masses at the Brunswick Agricultural Show after the State Government announced a pop-up vaccination clinic to be set up on the showgrounds. The Brunswick Show’s clinic provided information and free Pfizer vaccinations throughout the day to individuals who had yet to get their initial jab as well as those who were waiting on their second shot. Those who attended Saturday’s show were able to visit the WA Country Health Service tent and receive the jab after providing their medical details or previous vaccination record. More on vaccinations in the South West: Industry welcomes jab requirement for health staff All jab options available for Harvey Bunbury business alliance in bizarre anti-vax push Brunswick Agriculture Society president Mark Talbot said he was pleased to have the vaccination hub on the grounds and was encouraged by people taking the opportunity to get vaccinated. “People that weren’t close to a clinic or their doctors last weekend took advantage of the clinic, they came and visited the show and while they were there got their vaccination done,” he said. “We encouraged people to buy their tickets online as part of our COVID-19 requirements, it helped speed up their entry and saved time at the gates too.” Premier Mark McGowan said more than 70 per cent of West Australians aged 12 and older had received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. “It’s been great to see country communities rolling up to protect regional WA against COVID,” he said. Previous mass clinics in the State’s north and Great Southern have administered more than 3000 vaccines with pop-ups expected in Halls Creek and Kununurra following Brunswick’s clinic.