✅ 1st, 2nd, and booster doses for 18+
✅ 1st and 2nd doses for 12+
Pop-up covid vaccination clinics will be held at the Howe Trinity Parish Church, 110 Main Street, Alford AB33 8AD today (Wednesday), Thursday and Friday (12th, 13th and 14th January 2022) and Monday to Friday next week (17th to 21st January 2022) between 8.30am and 6.30pm. Walk-ins are welcome or appointments can be booked online via NHS Inform or by phoning 0800 030 8013.
Children and young people aged 12 to 15 can attend drop-in clinics with a parent or carer to get their 1st or 2nd vaccination.
Young people aged 16 and 17 can attend a drop-in clinic, register/book online (1st jab – www.nhsinform.scot/…/…/registering-for-a-coronavirus-vaccine 2nd jab – https://vacs.nhs.scot/csp) or call 0800 030 8013.
(Under 18s: To be eligible for the 2nd jab, 12 weeks or more must have elapsed since your 1st jab. Anyone aged under 18 who has tested positive for COVID-19 must wait for a period of 12 weeks to receive any dose of the vaccine).
Adults (18+) can book an appointment online (1st jab – www.nhsinform.scot/…/…/registering-for-a-coronavirus-vaccine 2nd jab or booster – https://vacs.nhs.scot/csp), phone 0800 030 8013, or attend a drop-in clinic.
(Adults (over 18s): To be eligible for the 2nd jab, 8 weeks or more must have elapsed since your 1st jab. You can get the booster dose 12 weeks or more after your 2nd dose.
Anyone aged 18+ who has tested positive for COVID-19 must wait for a period of 4 weeks to receive any dose of the vaccine).
The video below outlines what to expect at a local vaccination clinic.
All the regular clinics will be open from 08:30-19:30 Monday to Friday:-
Inverurie – Garioch Vaccination Centre, Blackhall Industrial Estate
Peterhead – The Palace Hotel
Macduff – Macduff Sports Centre
Stonehaven – Stonehaven Town
Banchory – Scolty Day Centre (please note the change of venue)
Fraserburgh – Fraserburgh Community & Sports Centre
Huntly – Stewarts Hall
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND if you have even mild COVID-19 symptoms, if you are self-isolating or living with someone who is self-isolating due to coronavirus.
NOTE: NHS Scotland will NEVER ask you to pay for the COVID-19 vaccine. Do not share your bank details with anyone offering you the vaccine for a fee.
If you are self-isolating, you can rearrange your appointment at: www.nhsinform.scot/…/rearrange-or-opt-out-of-your-coronavir…
You should also rearrange your appointment if you:
▪ have recently tested positive for coronavirus (see above for under 18 yrs old and over 18 yrs old guidance)
▪ have been told by NHS Test and Protect that you are a close contact of someone who has tested positive for coronavirus
▪ live with someone who has recently tested positive for coronavirus
▪ live with someone who has symptoms of coronavirus
For more info (including in other languages/accessible formats), visit www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine or call 0800 030 8013.
NHS Grampian Aberdeenshire Council