The Practice will try to contact you by telephone.  Please check your telephone messages. 

If you have not yet received your vaccine from the groups below we will be in contact by either telephone or letter once we have more supply in the very near future. 

We are still working our way through group 60-64 and patients that we have not been able to contact in previous groups.  We can only arrange clinics when we have supply of the vaccine.  Details to follow.




We are holding a clinic at Brae View Car Park in Beauly on 16th, 17th & 18th March.  This is for patients 80 and over and 70 and over that have received their first dose of Pfizer on 14th and 15th January and 8th, 9th and 10th February.  You will be contacted by the Practice via telephone to arrange an appointment.  It is by appointment only. 

If you have received your first dose Pfizer vaccination on the above dates and not received a telephone call or appointment, please contact the Practice.

PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT the Practice with enquiries about COVID-19 vaccinations we will get in touch with eligible patient groups as and when stock is available to us.  The following is very useful information about the groups and order in which they will be taking place.

The groups most at risk will be vaccinated first and are as follows:

Residents in Care Homes for older adults and their carers

People aged 80 and over

Frontline Health and Social care workers

All those 75-79 years of age

All those 70-74 years of age

Extremely clinically vulnerable

All those 65 years of age and over

All individuals aged 18 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers

All those 60 - 64

Vaccination for other groups will begin as soon as supply of vaccines becomes available.

The order in which people will be offered the vaccine is based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)

Thank you 


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