Coronavirus updates & What’s Open
The Scottish Government has announced that we are in a Level 4 lockdown.
Regrettably, this requires all our services to remain closed until further Government updates.
An update on our facilities – 17 February 2021
Live Borders resources, both in respect of available furloughed staff and properties, are currently at the disposal of the Scottish Borders Council and NHS Borders to support COVID-19 response efforts.
This has included training staff to support Test and Protect and making available properties for the testing and vaccination programmes.
The venues currently being used for vaccination and testing are listed below.
Please visit this page for updates on our facilities and our plans for reopening once restrictions allow.
|Eyemouth Community Centre (Vaccination Centre)||Albert Road, Eyemouth TD14 5DE|
|Gytes Leisure Centre (Vaccination Centre)||Walkershaugh, Peebles EH45 8GL|
|Hawick Town Hall (Vaccination Centre)||Cross Wynd, Hawick TD9 9EF|
|Langlee Community Centre (Testing Centre)||Marigold Drive, Galashiels TD1 2LP|
|Newtown Community Wing (Vaccination Centre)||Sprouston Road, Newtown St Boswells, TD6 0RZ|
|Queens Leisure Centre (Vaccination Centre)||Melrose Road, Galashiels TD1 2AD|
|Selkirk Victoria Halls (Vaccine Centre)||Scott’s Place, Selkirk TD7 4LN|
As well as Live Borders venues, the following venues are also being used as part of the nationwide Covid-19 vaccination programme:
|Springwood Park (Vaccine Centre)||Kelso, TD5 8LT|
Please only attend if you have an appointment from the NHS.