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Covid-19 vaccination drop-in clinic set for Tain's Duthac Centre today, NHS Highland confirms

By Hector MacKenzie

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PEOPLE living in Tain and district are being invited to a drop-in Covid-19 vaccination clinic taking place today.

The Monday, September 13 clinic at the Duthac Centre in the town's Shandwick Street will run from 10am to 4.30pm.

The Pfizer vaccine will be offered at the drop-in which does not require an appointment.

The drop-in clinics organised by NHS Highland are open to those who are yet to receive their first dose and those who are due for their second dose.The health authority says people must have had at least eight weeks since their first dose of vaccine before attending for the second dose.

It says 16-17 year olds can now attend any of its drop-in clinics, details of which can be found here.

Tain and District Medical Group posted: "Delighted to hear that NHS Highland are bringing Covid vaccination clinic back to Tain on Monday at the Duthac Centre."

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