A covid vaccination centre was temporarily closed this morning as confused punters turned up for their jab to find no staff. 

An administrative error resulted in a staffing issue at the Allander Leisure Centre in Milngavie.

The issue was resolved at 11am and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (GCC) said they have apologised to those who were affected.

A spokesman for NHS GCC said: "Unfortunately an administrative error this morning resulted in a minor staffing issue at the Allander Leisure Centre.

"This was resolved by 11am. We have apologised to the small number of patients impacted and would like to reassure patients that they should attend their appointments at the Allander as normal." 

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It comes as we reported yesterday that Glaswegians aged over 40 are being invited to attend covid vaccine drop-in centres in the latest stage of the fight against coronavirus.

Those who are over 40 who have not yet had their first dose of a vaccine, or have waited more than 10 weeks for their second dose of Astra Zeneca, are invited to go along to the centres which are located across the city.