COVID Vaccinations

Covid Boosters:

Please visit NHS Inform for all up to date information requiring accessing a COVID vaccination: Book a vaccination

Covid Boosters:

Vaccinations are now being administered at the Eastgate Centre.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND VACCINATION CENTRES IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN APPOINTMENT

Clinic information is available on this link.  This information is updated regularly so please keep checking it for the latest guidance.  When you click on this link you must select South and Mid from the options on the left hand side of the screen to find our clinics.

Patients can book their COVID vaccine through the following link. They can also be booked through a portal which can be found here.  To access this portal you need to register or use the password you created when logging in to access your vaccine certificate.

If you require your first dose or second dose you must phone the national helpline to book your appointment- 0800 030 8013 (unless a drop in-centre is available). 

Vaccination certificates for those who received vaccinations out with Scotland:

COVID Vaccines received outside Scotland will not currently display on the Scottish COVID vaccination status certificate or app unless this data is recorded in NHS Scotland systems. At present there are cross border data sharing agreements being put in place between NHS Scotland and the other UK Health Authorities, however, this does not address all needs. At present NHS Scotland can update vaccine status for citizens vaccinated outside Scotland but within the Common Travel Area (England, Wales, NI, Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man & Republic of Ireland) and where at least one vaccination was given in Scotland and the requestor has a valid QR code from the administering Health Authority.


Functionality has recently been enabled to allow Board Records Managers to enter data received from citizens of UK authorised COVID vaccines administered within the CTA, upon receipt of acceptable vaccination proof.

If this applies to you please email the Vaccination Enquiry Hub on nhsh.covidvaccine@nhs.scot and include where possible the following information where possible:


Requester Information:
Forename and Surname(s)
Date of birth
Vaccine product (i.e. Brand / Manufacturer)
Date of vaccination for every dose
Country or Territory of vaccination and/or certificate issuer
Reason for request (i.e. travel, evidence for medical treatment etc.)

General Advice

Make sure you book your COVID-19 booster to maximise protection

People aged 18 and over can book boosters online.

All adults aged 18 and over can book their appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine booster through the online portal on NHS inform: www.nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccinebooster

If you are unable to access the online portal you can book an appointment through the National Helpline on 0800 030 8013.

Even if you’ve been double-vaccinated, your immunity against COVID-19 wanes over time. That’s why boosters are necessary. The booster vaccine gives you the protection you need against serious COVID-19 illness. Local Health Boards are offering additional drop-in facilities - you can find information on local health board websites and social media.

Even if you have had COVID-19 it is still important you come forward and complete your vaccination course to maximise your protection.  You can view a short video on how to use the booking portal at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiEd6-r_dKU

COVID vaccination passports

Link for Scottish residents registered at Scottish GP practices to gain their passport

Link for patients registered in English GP Practices to gain their passport



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