Drop-in vaccination centres for people aged 40 and over are opening in Renfrewshire this week.
Area health bosses announced the latest stage in the fight against Covid-19, as cases have continued to rise.
Paisley’s Lagoon Centre will be operating vaccinations on Tuesday June 1, and Wednesday June 2, on a first come, first served basis.
On Friday June 4, Barrhead Foundry will be operating a drop in centre.
And on Saturday June 5, Johnstone Town Hall and Renfrew Leisure Centre are both open to offer vaccinations.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said the sites are aimed at those who yet to have a first vaccine dose or who have waited over 10 weeks for a second jab.
A health board spokesman said: “If you are 40 or over and have not yet had your first dose of vaccine, or have waited more than 10 weeks for your second dose of AstraZeneca – in other words, if you had your first dose in March – you can come along to one of the centres and get vaccinated.
“People will be seen on a first come first served basis, and there will be a set capacity each day.
“Future dates will be made available if required and we will use our social media channels to keep you regularly updated about potentially busy periods at each of the centres.”
The number of infections has risen from 112 cases per 100,000 to about 136 per 100,000 – over the past week, while the rate of positive tests has also crept up from about 4 per to 4.4 per cent.
Health bosses said there is concern about an outbreak of the Indian variant of the virus which was now accounting for at least half of the new Covid cases.
Despite the rise in case numbers there has been no significant increase in the number of people being hospitalised with the virus.
Health experts say this suggests that it is mainly younger, unvaccinated people who are contracting it.
Health Secretary Humza Yousaf added: “Have a look at where these are on the Greater Glasgow NHS website and come along if you meet the criteria.”
Nicola Sturgeon is due to give an update on Tuesday about whether the proposed move to level one for all mainland council areas will go ahead.
The Express recently revealed that 425 people have died of Covid-19 at Paisley’s Royal Alexandra Hospital.
The RAH was at the forefront of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s treatment of covid patients from Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.
The hospital has experienced the third highest number of covid deaths of any hospital in Scotland.