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West Lothian Vaccination Clinics

Published: September 8, 2021


Drop-in clinics are now available in all mass vaccination centres as well as community locations for people over the age of 16.

There are vaccination clinics available in a range of locations throughout West Lothian, no appointment necessary and can deliver both first and second (as long as you received your first injection of the COVID-19 vaccine at least eight weeks before) vaccine doses. You do not need to be registered with a GP to come to a drop-in clinic. People will be seen on a first come first served basis. More clinics are being added all the time so be sure to check out the dates and times from the list below.

If you are 16 or 17 years old, you are now eligible for your COVID-19 vaccination. From Tuesday 10 August, you can visit any drop-in clinic that offers Pfizer. If you are aged 12 to 15, please visit this page and follow the instructions to self-register for your appointment.

If you are turning 18 on the 31 October or before, you are eligible for your COVID-19 vaccination. You need to visit one of our mass vaccination clinics or register on for a vaccination appointment at a time and place that suits you.

Venues and Opening Times:

Mass vaccination centres

Pyramids Business Park, Easter Inch Steadings, Bathgate EH48 2EH – 8.30am until 7pm

You can get directions for driving here, and Lothian Buses’s travel advice is here.

Mobile drop-in vaccination unit 

NHS Lothian have joined forces with Lothian Buses to offer a number of drop-in clinics within the community. Anyone over the age of 18 who requires either a first or second dose (provided they received the first vaccine more than eight weeks ago) of the vaccine can attend – no appointment necessary.

Thursday 30 September West Lothian College, Livingston

11am – 5pm

Friday 1 October West Lothian College, Livingston

11am – 5pm

Local drop-in clinics

These new smaller drop-in clinics, organised by the Health and Social Care Partnerships, are being launched in the hearts of communities across Lothian to make it easier for patients to get their vaccine. You can get your first dose, or your second, as long as it’s been more than eight weeks since your first. AstraZeneca is available for people aged 40 or over. For those under 40, Moderna is available, with certain sites able to offer Pfizer as well.

New clinics, dates, times and pop-up clinics are being added all of the time so be sure to stay up to date with the list below.



Please note that VSGWL are unable to assist with vaccine related enquiries. We are sharing this information on behalf of NHS Lothian. For all general COVID-19 vaccine-related enquiries call 0800 030 8013

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