Get your COVID-19 vaccination
3 September 2021
Currently, vaccines are by appointment only for anyone over the age of 16 including their first vaccine and a second vaccine after eight weeks from their first.
You are encouraged to contact our local NHS between 9 am-5 pm, Monday to Friday. This includes details about transport support and translation, or interpretation services linked with Covid-19 Vaccination.
Phone - 01387 403090
Email - email@example.com
You can also register online to get your vaccine at www.nhsinform.scot/vaccineregistration
To find out more about vaccines with NHS Dumfries and Galloway click here https://www.nhsdg.co.uk/vaccines/
Your vaccine status
First dose vaccination: Is eligible for anyone, although drop-in clinics are not running you can book with the information above including 12–15-year-olds with school-based programmes.
Second dose vaccination: Once you have had your first dose vaccination you can book your second with the information above. You will need to wait until eight weeks after your first dose of the vaccine.
Third dose vaccination: Are only offered to people who have received an appointment through a letter and have a weakened immune system
Booster vaccination: Are currently being offered to those who are eligible groups and have had their second vaccine for at least six months.
Information on vaccination is available National Vaccination helpline between 8 am-8 pm 7 days a week – 0800 030 8013
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