Tain and Fearn practice flags up out of town drop-in sessions to patients as it completes its Covid-19 vaccination clinics
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AN Easter Ross medical practice says it has now finished its Covid-19 vaccination clinics and referred patients still due a booster or who have changed their minds about a jag to attend drop-in sessions elsewhere.
Tain and Fearn Area Medical Practice posted the information today.
It follows a drop-in session staged at the town's Duthac Centre yesterday.
It posted: "We have now finished our Covid clinics and have no more vaccines available.
"If you are still due a booster or if you have not previously received a vaccine but have now changed your mind please follow the link below for dates and times of the drop-in clinics in the NHS Highland area."
These include drop-in clinics at Smithon Church in Inverness and Wick Riverside Car Park.
16-17 year olds can now attend any of the drop-in clinics.
NHS Highland states: "Drop-in clinics do not require an appointment and you can arrive at any time during opening hours. Please wear loose clothing/short sleeves. Please be advised that you may have a short wait when you arrive depending on demand."
The clinics are also suitable for second doses though patients are advised they should leave an eight-week gap at least between first and second doses.