NHS Dumfries & Galloway

COVID-19 Vaccines

Vaccinations against COVID-19 are currently taking place within Dumfries and Galloway in the form of scheduled clinic appointments and drop-ins.

Anyone aged 12 plus who has yet to make an appointment for a first COVID-19 vaccination, or who has yet to receive a second more than eight weeks from their first, is encouraged to contact the local helpline by calling 01387 403090 between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email dg.covidenquiries@nhs.scot

You can also register online by visiting www.nhsinform.scot/vaccineregistration

Transport support is also available, and details can be obtained by phoning 01387 403090 between 9 am and 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email dg.covidenquiries@nhs.scot

These contact details should also be employed by anyone requiring translation or interpretation services associated with COVID vaccination.

Details about the current status:
 
First dose vaccinations: Anyone eligible can still secure a first dose COVID-19 vaccination by calling the local helpline on 01387 403090 from 9am to 5pm Mon to Fri or emailing dg.covidenquiries@nhs.scot to arrange an appointment.  First dose vaccinations should have now been offered to everyone in the eligible groups, including the youngest group, 12 to 15 years olds, via a schools-based programme.
 
Second dose vaccinations: Anyone who is now at least eight weeks since their first dose vaccination can book their second by calling the local helpline on 01387 403090 from 9am to 5pm Mon to Fri or emailing dg.covidenquiries@nhs.scot to arrange an appointment. Under 18s are currently being called to attend drop-in vaccination clinics for second doses, as scheduling is not possible for these age groups.
 
Third dose vaccinations: These have been provided to people who have weakened immune systems, with details on appointments provided by letter.
 
Booster vaccinations: Booster jags are being provided to those identified as being eligible, at least 12 weeks following their second. In line with the prioritisation of groupings set out by the JCVI, these have now been offered to all residents and staff at care homes in the region, subject to any local restrictions due to COVID. Boosters are also being provided to health and social care workers, and are currently being provided to people aged 18 plus, unpaid Carers and household contacts of the immune-suppressed. As part of Scotland-wide moves, no appointment letters are planned for these people. Instead, all those in these next eligible groups need to now take action themselves – visiting the new national online portal to pick a location and timeslot for their COVID booster and/or flu vaccination. Visit https://vacs.nhs.scot/csp or telephone 0800 030 8013.
 
 
DROP-IN BOOSTER/COVID VACCINATION CLINICS
 

Annan Charles Street Thursday 13/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Moffat Hospital Thursday 13/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Thursday 13/01/2022 09:15-12:30 13:30-20:00
Thornhill Rehab Suite Thursday 13/01/2022 09:15-12:30 13:30-16:30
Newton Stewart Hospital Thursday 13/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Thursday 13/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Friday 14/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Annan Charles Street Friday 14/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Canonbie Village Hall Friday 14/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Friday 14/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Castle Douglas Town Hall Friday 14/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Saturday 15/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Moffat Hospital Saturday 15/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Saturday 15/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Saturday 15/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Castle Douglas Town Hall Saturday 15/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Saturday 15/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Sanquhar Community Centre Sunday 16/01/2022 09:15-15:00
Newton Stewart Hospital Sunday 16/01/2022 09:15-18:30
Annan Charles Street Sunday 16/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Sunday 16/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Castle Douglas Town Hall Sunday 16/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Monday 17/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Thornhill Rehab Suite Monday 17/01/2022 09:15 – 16:30
Annan Charles Street Monday 17/01/2022 09:15-20:00
Canonbie Village Hall Monday 17/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Waverley Medical Centre Monday 17/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Newton Stewart hospital Monday 17/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Monday 17/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Tuesday 18/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Tuesday 18/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Kirkcudbright Hospital Tuesday 18/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Tuesday 18/01/2022 09:15 – 16:30
Lockerbie Town Hall Tuesday 18/01/2022 12:30-19:30

Annan Charles Street Wednesday 19/01/2022 09:15 – 16:30
Newton Stewart hospital Wednesday 19/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Castle Douglas Town Hall Wednesday 19/01/2022 9:15-16:00
The Bridge Education Centre, Glasgow Road, Dumfries Wednesday 19/01/2022 09:30 – 16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Wednesday 19/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Sanquhar Community Centre Wednesday 19/01/2022 09:15 – 16:30
Annan Charles Street Thursday 20/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Moffat Hospital Thursday 20/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Thursday 20/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Thornhill Rehab Suite Thursday 20/01/2022 09:15 – 16:30
Newton Stewart Hospital Thursday 20/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Thursday 20/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Friday 21/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Annan Charles Street Friday 21/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Canonbie Village Hall Friday 21/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Friday 21/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Castle Douglas Town Hall Friday 21/01/2022 9:15-20:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Saturday 22/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Annan Charles Street Saturday 22/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Moffat Hospital Saturday 22/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Saturday 22/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Castle Douglas Town Hall Saturday 22/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Sunday 23/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Sanquhar Community Centre Sunday 23/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Annan Charles Street Sunday 23/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Castle Douglas Town Hall Sunday 23/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Newton Stewart Hospital Sunday 23/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Monday 24/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Newton Stewart Hospital Monday 24/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Monday 24/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Monday 24/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Langholm, Buccleuch Centre Monday 24/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Monday 24/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Thornhill Rehab Suite Monday 24/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Tuesday 25/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Kirkcudbright Hospital Tuesday 25/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Tuesday 25/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Tuesday 25/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Newton Stewart Hospital Wednesday26/01/2022 09:15-15:30
CatStrand New Galloway Wednesday 26/01/2022 9:15-1530
Annan Charles Street Wednesday 26/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Wednesday 26/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Sanquhar Community Centre Wednesday 26/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Newton Stewart Hospital Thursday 27/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Kirkcudbright Hospital Thursday 27/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Thursday 27/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Moffat Hospital Thursday 27/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Thursday 27/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Thornhill Rehab Suite Thursday 27/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer Friday 28/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Castle Douglas Town Hall Friday 28/01/2022 9:15-16:00
Annan Charles Street Friday 28/01/2022 9:15-16:30
Canonbie Village Hall Friday 28/01/2022 09:15-15:30
Mountainhall Vaccination Centre, Dumfries Friday 28/01/2022 9:15-16:30

VACCINATIONS FOR 12 TO 15-YEAR-OLDS

SCHOOLS have been the primary setting for vaccinations of 12 to 15-year-olds against COVID-19 in Dumfries and Galloway – as the programme expanded to include this age group. 

However, second dose vaccinations for this age group are being delivered via drop-in clinics, with scheduling not possible.

To download and read the leaflet on COVID-19 vaccinations for 12 to 17-year-olds, please click the following link: 

https://www.nhsdg.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Covid_12-17-NEW-leaflet.pdf

Information on vaccinations is available through the national helpline, which can be phoned between 8 am and 8 pm seven days a week on 0800 030 8013.

COVID Vaccine Explainer

Further information

If you have any questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, visit nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccine or call 0800 030 8013 (available 8am–8pm, 7 days a week) to find out more.

For more detailed information visit NHS Scotland Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Overview