Drop-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics are set to be launched across Fife this month.
They will be open to anyone aged over 18 who has yet to receive their first vaccine dose.
In addition, anyone who has waited over eight weeks for their second vaccine of either Pfizer or AstraZeneca, and doesn’t have an appointment scheduled, can also now attend.
NHS Fife will launch the clinics in a number of towns on various dates.
Clinics across Fife
On Monday, as well as July 9 and 12, there will be a drop-in clinic at St Andrews Community Hospital.
People can also go to the Savoy Centre, Methil, on Monday, Tuesday, July 6 and 10, as well as July 11 to July 13.
Cupar Corn Exchange will also host a clinic on July 8 and 9.
There will also be clinics at Argos Kingdom Centre, Carnegie Conference Centre Dunfermline, and the former M&S High Street Kirkcaldy on July 12 and 13.
The clinics are open from 12noon to 8pm and vaccinations will be limited by supply.
A self-registration portal has been launched for the clinics.
Meanwhile, the vaccination clinic set up in the former M&S store in Kirkcaldy will remain closed on Monday following water damage.
The clinic was forced to close at the weekend due to water damage following heavy rain over the weekend.
NHS Fife said the majority of individuals scheduled for appointments today have been contacted and will be issued new appointments.
“We have been unable to contact a handful of patients and apologise for any inconvenience caused,” the health board said.
Those who were scheduled to attend the clinic can instead visit either the old Argos store in Glenrothes or Carneigie Conference Centre to have their vaccine.
Both venues will be open until 8pm.
NHS Fife confirmed the Kirkcaldy clinic would remain closed on Tuesday due to the damage.