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  • Registering for a coronavirus vaccine (18 to 29 years old)

    Created: 28/05/2021

    You can register for a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination when you're invited to by NHS Scotland through their online self-referral service.

    Those aged 18 to 29 years old on (and including) 17 May 2021 are currently being invited to register for their coronavirus vaccine. If your 18th birthday is 18 May to 31 July 2021, you will be contacted by letter to notify you of your appointment. If you're aged 30 and over you will not be able to self-register as these appointments are currently being processed. You'll receive your blue envelope in the post. 

    The registration service is available for 2 weeks, from 24 May until 04 June 2021. Vaccination appointments will start from mid-June.

    This is a convenient and immediate way to register for your coronavirus vaccine and receive your vaccination appointment details.

    You'll receive alerts and information digitally, rather than through the post. It will help to keep your contact details up to date and make sure you aren’t missed.

    More information can be found NHS Inform.

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