NHSG Mass Vaccination Centre Info & COVID-19 Update

Posted:
19 January 2021
Category:

Mass Vaccination Centre Tour 

Information for visiting the NHS Grampian COVID-19 vaccination centre at P&J Live Aberdeen:

If you have been contacted by NHS Grampian regarding your appointment at the COVID-19 vaccination centre at P&J Live, Aberdeen, and require further information prior to attending, please visit: www.nhsinform.scot/covid19vaccine

Parking is free of charge for anyone using the vaccination centre at P&J Live, including staff and volunteers. Parking is not available to pre-book.

Please note the following information;

  • Once on site, please park in the Sub-T car park underneath the venue where you can access P&J Live directly by lift, escalator or stairs.
  • Please enter the event complex on your own unless you require the assistance of a carer.
  • Face coverings will be required when inside the venue, unless exempt.
  • Once inside, please follow directions and maintain social distancing.
  • Please wear practical clothing so it is easy to access your upper arm.
  • You will be asked to wait up to 15 minutes before leaving after your vaccination.
  • Please do not travel to P&J Live unless you have an appointment.

THInC (Transport to Healthcare Information Centre) provides advice on travelling to health or social care appointments in the NHS Grampian area. Contact them on 01467 536111 or [email protected] (open 9am-4.30pm Mon to Fri) if you need help/advice on travelling to P&J Live for your vaccination appointment.

Travelling to your Vaccination Appointment is classed as essential. If you have to car share out with your household, to get to your vaccination appointment. Please read the full car sharing advice from the Scottish Government.

  • If sharing a vehicle with anyone from another household, limit the number of people in the vehicle to as few as possible, ideally no more than 2 (applies to adults and children aged 12 and over)
  • Use the biggest vehicle available for car sharing purposes
  • Occupants should sit as far apart as possible, ideally the passenger should sit in the back seat diagonally opposite the driver, aiming for 2 metre distancing between occupants
  • Windows in the car should be opened as far as possible taking account of weather conditions to improve ventilation in the space
  • Occupants in the car, including the driver, should wear a face covering provided it does not compromise driver safety in any way
  • Occupants should perform hand hygiene before entering the vehicle and again on leaving the vehicle
  • Occupants should avoid eating in the vehicle
  • Passengers in the vehicle should minimise any surfaces touched
  • Keep the volume of any music/radio to a minimum to prevent the need to raise voices in the car
  • The longer the journey, the higher the risk; keep journey times to the minimum feasible and do not linger in the vehicle before or after the journey itself
  • Where non-household members are car-sharing, the car must be cleaned regularly (at least daily) and particular attention should be paid to high risk touch points such as door handles, electronic buttons and seat belts. General purpose detergent is sufficient unless a symptomatic or confirmed case of COVID-19 has been in the vehicle in which case a disinfectant (e.g. chlorine-based product) should be used

If you need further information regarding P&J Live, please email [email protected]

Getting to P&J Live 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update 28th April 2021 12:30hrs

We continue to closely monitor the advice of WHO, Public Health Scotland and Scottish Government in relation to COVID-19. The threat of the virus has impacted many events, most of which have been rescheduled or cancelled, please consult our What's On listing for information on our forthcoming calendar of events.

Our principal concern remains the welfare of our staff, customers, suppliers and visitors. Over the past 13 months we have been closed for events and public access however, we are currently working hard to plan for a safe and secure return to live events.

Further updates will be posted in due course and ticket holders and guests of any events that are postponed or cancelled will be contacted directly.

We note the most recent advice from the UK Government in relation to non-essential social contact and we are currently liaising with promoters and event organisers.

Further updates will be posted in due course and ticket holders and guests of any events that are postponed or cancelled will be contacted directly.

Q. Is the event still going ahead?

A. Unless there has been an announcement on our website stating otherwise, events are going ahead as planned. Our website and social media are the best places to check for updated. Follow @pandjlive on twitter here.

Q. Will I get a refund if the venue is closed because of an outbreak?

A. If an event is cancelled, advice about refunds will be available from your original point of purchase.

Q. How will I know if an event has been cancelled because of Coronavirus?

A. If an event is cancelled you will normally receive an email from your point of purchase. We will also put a notice on our website and communicate to our customers via our social media channels. Please monitor our website and social media channels for any updates.

VenueShield

P&J Live is proud to operate within the ASM Global network of international venues, supported by its environmental hygiene protocol VenueShield - for more information visit the VenueShield page on our website.

We're Good to go

We are happy to have been accepted by the ‘We’re Good to go’ Scheme. By acquiring this Industry Standard mark it means that we have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, have a Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

"We're Good to go" is the new industry standard and consumer mark, which has been developed in partnership with VisitScotland, VisitEngland, Tourism Northern Ireland and Visit Wales to ensure a standard-led approach across the UK, provides a ‘ring of confidence’ for tourism as the sector works towards reopening. It allows organisations to demonstrate they are adhering to the Government’s and public health guidance.

View certificate here.

Were Good to go

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Frequently Asked Questions

How will I know if an event has been cancelled because of Coronavirus?

If an event is cancelled you will normally receive an email from your point of purchase. We will also put a notice on our website and communicate to our customers via ou social media channels. Please monitor our website and social media channels for any updates.

Will I get a refund if the venue is closed because of an outbreak?

If an event is cancelled, advice about refunds will be available from your point of purchase.

Will my ticket be valid for a rescheduled date?

If the show you purchased a ticket for has been postponed/rescheduled, please retain your original ticket as it will be valid for the new date.

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