NHS Lanarkshire has administered almost 1.5 million Covid-19 vaccines since the mass vaccination programme began last year. 

A total of 1,442,757 vaccinations have been given out since February 1, 2021, including 537,648 first and 505,122 second doses.

There have also been 399,987 booster vaccines or third doses for those most at risk. 

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Lynsey Sutherland, interim general manager of the vaccination programme at NHS Lanarkshire, said: "This is a massive achievement for everyone involved in the vaccination programme and I would like to thank our staff and our local communities for getting us this far.

"This has been the most challenging vaccination programmes Lanarkshire has ever undertaken and it’s not over.

"Covid-19 is still here so we want to make sure as many people as possible are protected by being vaccinated.

"We have done everything we can to make it as easy as possible for people to be vaccinated with dedicated clinics for certain age groups and those with learning disabilities or autism, home visits for the housebound, appointments and drop-in clinics for flexibility."

Lynsey added: "There are still Lanarkshire residents who have not accessed any doses or have gotten either their first or their first and second but not their booster. 

"We would encourage anyone in any of these categories to please either book an appointment at one of our local vaccination clinics or attend one of our drop-in clinics. 

"Staff at all our vaccination centres are happy to chat with anyone who has concerns and offer them reassurance that the vaccines are safe and offer protection not only to the individual but to their family, friends and work colleagues."

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Information about vaccination centres and drop-in clinics can be found HERE

You can also book an appointment through NHS Inform by calling 0800 030 8031 or online