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Spring COVID vaccination campaign

People aged 75 and over (or who will turn 75 by 30 June 2022) are at particular risk from COVID-19.

Clinics are being arranged across Argyll and Bute by NHS Highland and invite letters have been sent to patients over 75 inviting them to come forward for a second booster vaccination.

If you cannot attend this appointment, you can rearrange by:

  • calling 0800 030 8013 (open 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week)
  • visiting nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccinebooster

You will need your unique username, postcode, date of birth and email address.

Your unique username can be found in your invite letter.

If you have already registered you can view and rearrange your appointment using your unique username and password. On the day of your appointment you can bring a carer, interpreter, sighted guide or a guide/hearing dog to your appointment, if required. Parents can bring their children, if childcare is not available.

If you are housebound and require a home visit, or if you need any additional support at your vaccine appointment (for example someone to support you when you arrive at the clinic, a longer appointment time or a private space to be vaccinated), please call the National Vaccination Helpline on 0800 030 8013 to discuss.

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