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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.

Getting to your vaccination clinic

By car

Where possible please avoid car sharing with anyone outwith your household. If this is not possible please ensure to wear a face covering when travelling to and from your appointment.

Most vaccination clinics have parking available on-site. However, you should check this in advance and plan appropriately if you need to park elsewhere.

By public transport

Please check with your local operator for services running to or near the clinic you are attending, and timetables.

Within Glasgow, SPT has agreed with Stagecoach that it will extend the X19 service to and from Glasgow City Centre to include the NHS Louisa Jordan and Glasgow Club Easterhouse. This will run to The Louisa Jordan from the city centre every 10mins.

If you need assistance

  • For anyone needing assistance with travel for their appointment, please contact the Traveline Scotland helpline number on 0141 465 1878. When calls are answered, you will initially hear the message "If you require public transport information to assist with travel to or from a Vaccination Centre, please hold to speak with an agent." Hold on to speak to someone.
  • People with mobility issues who need to attend a vaccination centre can use SPT's bookable, door-to-door MyBus service. Registration is required prior to booking and advance booking is recommended, as capacity is limited due to social distancing requirements. Details are available at or tel: 0345 128 4025.

 It is extremely important that you do not attend if:

  • You are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • You have tested positive in the last 28 days.
  • You are self-isolating as you are a close contact.
  • Or if you are awaiting results of a test.

If you develop symptoms you should self-isolate and reschedule your appointment for after the self-isolation period.

Last Updated: 22 September 2021