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The information on this website was updated on the 5th August 2022.

COVID-19 Vaccine information

What it is and why vaccination is important.

COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

Information on the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

Vaccination Centres

Information on vaccination centres across Grampian.

What’s the Latest?

Autumn/Winter Vaccine Programme

Our Autumn/Winter Programme will begin in early September, JCVI advises that for the 2022 autumn booster programme, the following groups should be offered a COVID-19 booster vaccine: · residents in a care home for older adults and staff working in care homes for older...

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Spring Covid-19 Booster Drop in Clinics

If you are eligible for a Spring Covid-19 Booster (aged 75 and over, immunosuppressed or severely immunosuppressed) and haven't yet had your jab, you can drop into ANY Grampian clinic from today. (Monday 6th June) Info on clinic locations and opening hours can be...

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16 and 17 year olds invitation for vaccination

All 16 and 17 year olds are eligible for 2 primary doses and a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Our records show that your COVID-19 Vaccinations are not up to date.  Completing your course is the best way to protect you and those you care about against serious...

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Online Booking Portal

The online booking portal is now open for all bookings, first dose, second dose and booster dose vaccines. To access the online booking portal, please click here, we are adding additional appointments every day, so please keep checking if you don’t find a suitable one today.


Protect Yourself Against COVID-19
The COVID-19 Vaccination Programme is currently being rolled out across NHS Grampian and the rest of the UK. The vaccine helps to build up your immunity to the virus, so your body will fight it off more easily if it affects you. This can reduce your risk of developing COVID-19 or, if you do get COVID-19, it can make the symptoms milder. The vaccines are safe and effective. For more information on the vaccine visit our – COVID-19 Vaccination page

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Your Questions Answered

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit our FAQs page

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Flu vaccine, please visit our FAQs page



National Call Centre

The centre is open from 8.00am to 8.00pm each day.

NHS Inform have set up a free helpline, 0800 030 8013, to help with:

  • Book or amend an appointment
  • Any general advice on coronavirus or the coronavirus vaccine

If you need help with your COVID vaccination status, please call 0808 196 8565 between 10am and 6pm.





It's important not to contact the NHS or your GP practice for a vaccination. 

The public have an important part to play:

  • Please get your vaccinations and booster
  • Please don’t contact your GP to book your appointment
  • Please attend any booked appointments; and
  • Please continue to follow all the guidance to control the virus and save lives.

Your Questions Answered

We all have questions about when and where we can receive our vaccination. How many there will be? How long between injections? Are there side effects?

To find out the answers to these questions and many more please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page

Accessible information:

The COVID-19 vaccine information leaflets are available in British Sign Language (BSL), audio, other languages, Easy Read and large print formats can be found on our FAQ page.

Language Line is available at all vaccination appointments. This is a telephone-based interpretation service which gives staff access to expert interpreters, on the telephone, in 60-90 seconds, for over 170 different languages.

Also available:

  • Portable hearing loops
  • A quiet space/room
  • All sites are wheelchair accessible
  • All sites have access to language line

Information is also available in large print and other formats and languages, upon request.
Please call NHS Grampian Corporate Communications on (01224) 551116 or (01224) 552245.

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