SARAH LAPIDUS/Kodiak Daily Mirror

Cars line Anton Larsen Bay and  Old Tom Stiles roads for a mass drive-thru vaccination effort run by the Kodiak Island Ambulatory Clinic on Tuesday morning. People reportedly began lining up at 8 a.m., two hours before the clinic opened the doors of an AAA Moving and Storage warehouse for the distribution of shots. The clinic had 300 vaccines to distribute to patients 65 years and older, which was not enough for everybody waiting in line, according to Dr. John Koller, who runs the clinic.

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