Getting your flu vaccination has never been more important, and Quirindi CWA have found ways to make sure everyone who needs one, gets one.
President Colleen Mills said they had money left over from their drought fund, and are repurposing that money to offer farming families, small business owners and contractors free flu shots.
Available only at Quirindi Pharmacy, those eligible just walk in, get their needle and it's put on the CWA's books.
While the initiative was run last year, Ms Wills said this year, with the Covid-19 virus, getting the shot now was vital.
"Now more than ever it's important for farmers on tractors and small business owners to take this up," she said.
"People over 65 get it for free anyway, so we want farmers and their families, small business owners and contractors to take the offer up."
Now more than ever it's important for farmers on tractors and small business owners to take this up.Colleen Wills
With $1500 in the coffers for the shots, only people from the Liverpool Plains Shire Council area are eligible.
"We are very grateful for people who have given us that funding which allows us to do this again," Ms Wills said.
Mayor Andrew Hope said this was just one of many great initiatives the CWA are doing, stepping up and switching from drought assistance to helping those struggling with the virus measures.
"I urge everyone who can to take advantage of it and get it done, particularly is you are in the high risk category," Cr Hope stated.
"You can never have too much protection, so any line of defense is better than none.
"I really thank our CWA, all the ladies that get out and do the work, partnering with council and helping everyone get through these times."