A queue of people has gathered for a Covid-19 jab in East Cowes, for a pop-up session at the town's fire station.
It runs until 6pm, however the number of available doses is limited.
Today's is among clinics for Islanders able to get an autumn booster, as well as those yet to have their first, second, or third injections.
Scroll down to read who is eligible for an autumn booster...
According to weekly government data, 472 people have died on the Isle of Wight since March 2020.
The most recent death linked to Covid-19 was at St Mary's Hospital in Newport, on September 24.
A walk-in clinic is planned for Ventnor Council's Green Room (limited capacity, first-come-first-served) on Sunday, October 2, between 10am and 4pm.
Who is eligible for an autumn Covid booster on the Isle of Wight?
As well as appointments being available for people who still need a first or second Covid-19 jab, and children, autumn boosters are now being given out.
These are for Islanders aged 65 and over, the severely immunosuppressed and frontline health and care workers, carers and pregnant women.
You must ensure there has been at least three months since your last injection.
Some locations may offer flu and Covid-19 jabs at the same time, for eligible people.
If you cancel or move an appointment booked via a pharmacy or your GP practice, contact them directly.