A number of local COVID-19 vaccination centres have been set up across Grampian. Your invitation letter will state which centre your appointment is at.
Local Drop-In Clinics
Vaccination Centres may have availability for walk in appointments on specific days/times for first doses and second doses after 8 weeks – information on local drop-in clinic details can be found here.
Centres have been set up in the following areas:
If you want to find out about public transport go to the Traveline Scotland website on www.travelinescotland.com or call them on 0871 200 2233. You can check the latest Stagecoach timetables at www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/national/covid-temporary-timetables. If you are struggling to work out how to get to your appointment you can call THInC on 01467 536111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice
For appointments at P&J Live at TECA: If travelling by car, please enter via Dyce Drive or via the A96 (southbound only) as all other entry points are bus gates. Once on the event complex, please follow directional signage to parking areas. Free parking is available.
Stagecoach (Jet 727) and First (X27) bus standard services operate through the event complex on a daily basis.
For further information about getting to P&J Live please visit www.pandjlive.com/visiting/getting-here.
What to know when attending your COVID-19 vaccination appointment:
Please attend your appointment promptly and bring your appointment letter with you.
You will need to wear a face covering at all times.
Attending your vaccine appointment is classed as essential travel. Your appointment letter will include information on the relevant travel options.
In all cases you should attend appointments alone unless you require the assistance of a carer. A carer may attend the appointment for support and both you and they should wear a face covering.
Follow the COVID-19 safety measures in place in each venue. This will include queue management, direction signs on floors and walls, and spacing of chairs.
We ask you to respect the privacy of all vaccination staff and those attending appointments – please do not take photos or videos inside the vaccination centres.
Once you have received your injection, please wait in the recovery area for 15 minutes.
Your vaccinator will provide you with aftercare advice. Please follow this carefully.
Visit our FAQ section for answers to any further questions you may have concerning the vaccine and appointments.
Having your COVID-19 vaccination
Watch our information videos below to find out what happens at a local vaccination centre:
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit our FAQs page
Your local NHS health board will be in touch with you to arrange your vaccination appointment when you are eligible.
It's important not to contact the NHS or your GP practice for a vaccination before then.
The public have an important part to play:
- Please don’t contact the NHS to seek a vaccine, we will contact you;
- When we do contact you, please attend your 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
If you have received an appointment for vaccination and need to make any changes please call the number noted in the appointment letter.
National Coronavirus Helpline
NHS Inform have set up a free helpline, 0800 030 8013, to help with any general advice on coronavirus or the coronavirus vaccine.
The helpline is open from 8.00am to 8.00pm each day.
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