The COVID-19 vaccine is now available, and we are working closely with the Scottish Government, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Renfrewshire Council to deliver of the vaccine in line with national guidance.
To keep up-to-date with developments on the vaccination rollout, visit NHS Inform.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have created frequently asked questions which provide further information about the COVID-19 vaccination programme and receiving your vaccine.
Coronavirus vaccination centres
We are supporting Renfrewshire Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde with the local rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.
Three vaccination centres are being set up in the area. These will be operational from Monday 1 February. Please only attend a vaccination centre if you have an appointment.
The centres will be at:
The Lagoon Leisure Centre, Paisley,
Johnstone Town Hall,
Renfrew Leisure Centre,
The vaccinations are being given out by the NHS. Renfrewshire Council and Renfrewshire Leisure are providing support to manage the operation of the centres.
When you are eligible for your vaccine, the NHS will write to you directly with details of your appointment, including the time and place.
For more information on the Renfrewshire vaccination centres, visit Renfrewshire Council Coronavirus vaccination centres.
For information regarding appointments call NHS Inform's COVID vaccination helpline on 0800 030 8013.
NHS Scotland strongly recommends you get the vaccine as soon as it is offered to you.
Why it's important to get your COVID-19 vaccine
Getting your COVID-19 vaccination should protect you and may help to protect your family and those around you.
The vaccine is the best way to protect yourself from COVID-19
Reduce your risk of getting COVID-19. Catching COVID-19 can be serious and may lead to long-term complications. Being healthy does not reduce your risk of catching COVID-19 and passing it on.
You can spread COVID-19 to family and those around you, even if you have very mild symptoms or no symptoms at all.
Protect our NHS:
With high rates of COVID-19, it's more important than ever to stop the spread of COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccine should help reduce the rates of serious illness and save lives.