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*UPDATED* Hospital visiting changes, home testing kits, Vaccine info, general info and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.

COVID Vaccinations

When will you get your vaccination

The COVID-19 vaccination programme across Greater Glasgow and Clyde is being rolled out in accordance with the priority list agreed by the Scottish Government and the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

Booster doses will be offered 168 days after your second COVID-19 vaccination.

NHS GGC will invite everyone who is due flu vaccination or a third Covid booster in line with the priority groups used during the first vaccination programme so it maybe a number of weeks before you receive your invitation.

If you also normally receive seasonal flu vaccination then your COVID booster will be given at the same time if possible.
To keep updated on who is currently being vaccinated and for other COVID-19 vaccine information, please visit

People who are Immunosupressed 

The JCVI has recommended that individuals who are severely immunosuppressed aged 12 and over have a third Covid-19 vaccination.

This is because people who have a weakened immune system may not have had a full response to the vaccine and are therefore less protected than the wider population.

This includes some people who have received organ transplants, people with cancer and people with HIV
There must be at least eight weeks between the second and third dose of vaccine.

Those who fall into this group will be contacted by the board and offered an appointment at the earliest available opportunity.

Young People Ages 12-15 years

People aged between 12-15 years old will receive an invitation to attend for their Covid-19 vaccination based on the recommendations of the four UK Chief Medical Officers.

The decision to offer vaccination to 12-15 year olds takes account of a number of public health considerations including the ability for children to do extra-curricular activities such as social events and reduce the risk of further educational disruption.

All young people will receive a letter inviting them for vaccination.

Health Boards expect to begin to invite young people for appointments from the 4th October 2021. However, individuals are able to attend drop-in clinics across NHSGGC from the 22nd September. Only one dose will be offered at this point.

The JCVI will continue to monitor emerging evidence with regard to a second dose.

Other Priority Groups

Those eligible for a booster dose are

  • Those living in residential care homes for older adults
  • All adults aged 50 years or over
  • Frontline health and social care workers
  • All those aged 16-49 with underlying health conditions or who are carers
  • Adult household contacts of immunosuppressed individuals

A Covid-19 booster vaccination can be offered no sooner than six months after the second dose so appointment timing will take this into consideration and will influence when you are invited for your booster vaccination.

People who have not yet received their 1st or 2nd dose of their vaccination

For those individuals who declined their vaccination initially or missed their appointment and now wish to be vaccinated, can contact the national helpline on 0800 030 8013 or register online at:

People who have not yet received their second vaccination will still be able to do so. They will be invited to attend an appointment when their second dose is due or they can drop-in to a clinic. For appointments scheduled by letter or via using the drop-in service, individuals must be a minimum of 8 weeks after their first dose before they can receive their second.

Vaccination Clinics

The locations of the 19 vaccination clinics in the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde area have been agreed with local authorities and meet a range of criteria to allow vaccinations to be delivered safely and also to be able to accommodate significant numbers of people.

The following is a list of the community clinics – to find where they are, and to get directions on Google Maps, visit our dynamic map here.


East Dunbartonshire

  • Milngavie Town Hall - 71 Station Rd, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8BZ
  • Kirkintilloch Town Hall - Kirkintilloch, Glasgow G66 1HN


  • Tweedie hall - Bridge St, Linwood, Paisley PA3 3DB
  • Renfrew Leisure Centre - Paisley Rd, Renfrew PA4 8JL
  • Johnstone Town Hall - 25 Church St, Johnstone, PA5 8EG
  • Lagoon Leisure Centre, Paisley - 11 Christie St, Paisley, PA1 1NB

East Renfrewshire

  • Barrhead Health and care centre
  • Carmichael Hall, Giffnock - Eastwood Park, Rouken Glen Rd, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 7JS

Glasgow City

  • Partick Burgh Hall - 9 Burgh Hall St, Partick, Glasgow G11 5LW
  • Castlemilk - Glasgow Club - 28 Dougrie Rd, Glasgow, G45 9NH
  • Barmulloch Community Centre - 46 Wallacewell Quadrant, Glasgow, G21 3PX
  • Glasgow Central Mosque, 1 Mosque Avenue, G5 9TA -1 Mosque Avenue, Gorbals, Glasgow, G5 9TA
  • Easterhouse - Glasgow Club - 12 Auchinlea Rd, Glasgow, G34 9HQ
  • Drumchapel - Glasgow Club Donald Dewar - 220 Garscadden Rd, Glasgow, G15 8SX

West Dunbartonshire

  • The Hub, Clydebank - 405 Kilbowie Rd, Clydebank G81 2TX
  • Alexandria Community Centre Main St, Alexandria, G83 0NU
  • Concord Centre/Denny Centre, Dumbarton - St Mary's Way, Dumbarton, G82 1LJ


  • Greenock Town Hall - Cathcart Square, Greenock, PA15 1LS
  • Port Glasgow Town Hall - Shore St, Port Glasgow, PA14 5HD

NHSGGC : Seasonal Flu

Seasonal Flu

The 2021 seasonal flu vaccination programme is now underway. We recommend that eligible people protect themselves and others and get the free flu vaccination this year.

This year’s flu vaccination programme will begin in September. The people most at risk from flu will be prioritised for the vaccine. Where possible those aged 50 and over will receive their flu vaccination at the same time as their Covid booster vaccination

The following groups of people are recommended to have the free flu vaccine this year:

  • Adults aged 50 or over (or will be by 31 March 2022)
  • Pregnant women
  • People aged 6 months or over with an eligible health condition
  • Healthcare workers
  • NHS independent contractors including GP, dental and optometry practices, community pharmacists and laboratory staff (working on coronavirus testing) and support staff
  • Social care workers who deliver direct personal care
  • Unpaid and young carers
  • Nursery, primary and secondary school teachers and pupil facing support staff in both a Local Authority and Independent setting
  • Prisoner population
  • Prison officers and support staff who deliver direct front-facing detention services
  • Children aged 2–5 years and not yet in school (children must be aged 2 years or above on 1 September 2021 to be eligible)
  • Primary school children (primary 1 to primary 7)
  • Secondary school pupils (years 1 to 6)

In the coming months, we expect to offer a flu vaccination to over 700,000 people across Greater Glasgow and Clyde, ranging from school aged children to people living in care homes for the elderly.

To find out if you are eligible, please visit NHS Inform.

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Last Updated: 22 September 2021