All mainland health boards are now offering coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine drop-in services as the vaccination programme has nearly completed first doses for all adults in Scotland.
Everyone aged 18 and over can attend the clinics for either their first dose, or for their second if it is 8 weeks since the first.
Separate queues will be in operation to allow people with scheduled appointments to get their dose at the appointed time.
Mobile vaccination units run by the Scottish Ambulance Service will also visit busy city centre spots such as transport hubs and shopping centres in Edinburgh and Glasgow over a 2 week period.
If you already have an appointment scheduled and want to change the location to somewhere more convenient, you can rearrange your appointment.
How do I find my vaccine drop-in clinic?
You can find more information on drop-in vaccination clinics on your local NHS Board website:
All NHS Boards also list their drop-in services on their social media pages. If you follow your Health Board’s Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram feeds you will be kept up to date with the latest information.
Please note – NHS Western Isles and NHS Shetland currently have no drop-in clinics scheduled.