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Covid-19 drop-in vaccination clinic for first, second and booster jags at Invergordon


By Hector MacKenzie

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Invergordon Social Club is hosting drop-in clinics this week on Monday and Tuesday. Picture: James Mackenzie
Invergordon Social Club is hosting drop-in clinics this week on Monday and Tuesday. Picture: James Mackenzie

AN Easter Ross venue will this week host drop-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics offering first and second jabs and boosters.

Invergordon Social Club will be hosting drop-ins on Monday, January 10 and Tuesday, January 11 between 9am and 12.15pm and 1pm and 3.30pm.

NHS Highland announced it amongst a number of other sessions un Inverness and Grantown on Spey in the coming days thanks to extra capacity.

It said: "Booster clinics are for those aged over 18; 1st and 2nd doses for aged 12-plus. There are still appointments available on the portal. You can still book into these clinics rather than wait in a drop-in queue.

"Please be advised if attending a drop-in clinic there may be a queue. Please be respectful to all of those around you."

The latest clinics to be added are:

Invergordon - Invergordon Social Club – 10, 11 January.

Drop-in clinics between 9am-12.15pm & 1pm – 3.30pm

Inverness - Inverness Vaccination Centre – 10, 11,12 January.

Drop-in clinics between 9am-12.15pm & 1pm-3.30pm.

Grantown on Spey – Inverallan Hall –11 January

Drop-in clinics between 9am-12.45pm & 1pm-3.30pm.

Further information and details on eligibility can be found here. For information on drop-in clinics across the NHS Highland area, see here.

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