A bid to make COVID-19 vaccines in Dumfries and Galloway as easily available as possible continues this weekend, with a pop-up clinic in a supermarket car park.

Morrisons supermarket in Brooms Road, Dumfries, will host a pop-up clinic this Friday July 23 from 9.30 am to 4 pm – offering first dose vaccinations to anyone aged 18 plus, or anyone turning 18 on or before October 31, and second doses to anyone waiting more than eight weeks for their second jag.  

As announced by the First Minister, anyone turning 18 on or before October 31 2021 can now either attend a drop-in centre to get a COVID-19 vaccination or self-register for an appointment.

Appointments can be made by visiting nhsinform.scot/vaccineregistration by calling the local helpline on 01387 403090, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Drop-in clinics provide a quick, free and convenient opportunity, so to find out when these are taking place, please visit www.nhsdg.co.uk/vaccines

Friday 23rd July - Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer 9.15am – 4pm

Saturday 24th July - Dumfries Vaccine Centre, Mountainhall TC 9.15am – 4pm

Saturday 24th July - Dalry Community Centre 1 – 5pm.

Sunday 25th July - Sanquhar Community Centre 9am – 1pm

Monday 26th July – Newton Stewart Hospital – 9.15am – 3.15pm

Tuesday 27th July – Kirkcudbright Hospital – 5pm-7pm

Tuesday 27th July – Moffat Hospital – 9.15am-3.25pm

Wednesday 28th July – Mountainhall Treatment Centre – 5pm-7pm

Wednesday 28th July – Castle Douglas Town Hall 5pm-7pm

Wednesday 28th July -Charles Street, Annan 5pm-7pm

Wednesday 28th July – Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer 5pm-7pm

Thursday 29th July – Thornhill Hospital – Rehab Unit – 9.15am-3.25pm

Sunday 1st August – Sanquhar Community Centre – 9am-1pm