Alongside the flu vaccination programme, we will be running the Covid-19 booster vaccination programme which also begins this September and is currently open to direct patient-facing frontline health and social care staff. 

You can get your COVID-19 booster jab at the same time as your flu jab without the need for a separate appointment. Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and reduce your chances of passing these viruses on to your loved ones and those in your care.

Every year in Scotland people are hospitalised with flu and with the rate of COVID-19 transmission remaining high, it’s more important than ever for healthcare workers to get vaccinated.

You can spread both flu and COVID-19 to patients and colleagues, even if you have very mild symptoms or no symptoms at all.

Find out more about eligibility for COVID-19 and Flu vaccinations


Get your Flu and COVID-19 vaccination booster now

As a healthcare or frontline worker, the most convenient way to ensure that you get your flu vaccination, and if eligible, your COVID booster is to visit the https://vacs.nhs.scot/csp

vaccine portal

The portal will open to bookings from Monday 22 August 2022. You will be able to book appointments from 5-18 September 2022.  

Appointments are bookable at the following venues:

  • Former Argos store, Glenrothes
  • Former M&S store, Kirkcaldy
  • Parkgate Community Centre
  • St Andrews Hospital, Endoscopy Suite

If you are unable to make any of the appointments that are available, health and social care staff will also be able to attend a drop-in clinic where no appointment is needed.

You can read more at NHS Inform.

Drop-in clinics