DROP-IN Covid vaccine clinics will be available in both Alexandria and Dumbarton later this week.

The sessions have been set up as part of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde's ongoing efforts to tackle vaccination rates.

The drop-in centres are offering the Pfizer vaccine to people aged 18-39.

The AstraZeneca vaccine is also available for people aged 40 and older as a first dose, or to anyone who has been waiting eight weeks or more since their first AstraZeneca dose and does not yet have a second appointment.

The clinics will run at the Concord Community Centre in Dumbarton, and at the Alexandria Community Centre, from 9am to 3pm on July 21.

For full details of all this week's drop-in clinic dates and times across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, click here.

According to Public Health Scotland, 64,126 people aged 18 or over in West Dunbartonshire had received their first vaccine dose by Sunday – 89.7 per cent of the local population – while 48,896 people, or 68.4 per cent of the adult population, had received their second dose.

The figures for Scotland are 89.1 per cent and 66.7 per cent respectively.