Glasgow has five Covid 19 vaccination centres which are all wheelchair accessible.
Vaccination centres are operated by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and it is the NHS who will invite you to an appointment at a vaccination centre (not the council).
The city's vaccination centres are located at:-
Only attend at a vaccination centre if you have an appointment. Wear a face covering (unless you are exempt) and observe social distancing. Please take your appointment letter.
Try to arrive no more than 10 minutes before your appointment. Due to the high number of people being vaccinated, a queuing system will be in place. This may be outdoors at some point, so please dress for Glasgow's weather, but wear short sleeves below coats / jumpers to make the vaccination process easier. If you need a carer to help you at your appointment, don't worry, that's fine.
Any questions about your vaccination (for example if you need to change your appointment), should be directed to:-
NHS Inform's Covid 19 Vaccination Helpline on 0800 030 8013. It is available 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week.
Free parking is available at City Parking's car park at the SSE Hydro and the route of the Stagecoach X19 bus service has also been extended to take in the SSE Hydro. This service also passes Glasgow Club Easterhouse.
Free parking is available, but limited at the other locations. Information on how to get to all of Glasgow's vaccination centres by public transport is available from a new Traveline Scotland helpline. Call 0141 465 1878 to speak to someone who can help. (Calls will be charged at local rates)
People with mobility issues 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 www.spt.co.uk/bus/mybus or by phone on 0345 128 4025.
Please remember, no-one should ever ask you to pay for a Covid 19 vaccination. The injections are provided by the NHS and are free!