New Alloa bus service launched for vaccinations

The bus service will transport individuals from Alloa Shillinghill to the Forth Valley College campus, where vaccinations are being distributed to locals.

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A new bus service will launch from Monday, February 8 until the end of this month in Alloa, to aid individuals in getting to and from the vaccination site.

It is not known yet if the bus will stop at other stops along the way, if it is exclusively for those travelling to get a vaccine, and if there are any specific requirements for travel, such as a proof of vaccination letter.

It can be assumed that there will be no pre-requisites for travel given that First Bus have not stated any are necessary, nor have other additional transport services that have been launched required any.

More information will be added if required. First Bus have been contacted for clarification.

The bus will run every 20 minutes from 8:15AM to 8PM, shuttling passengers from Shillinghill to the Forth Valley Campus.

Scotland is now entering the stage of administering the vaccine to those 60 and over, with many scheduled for their vaccine early next month.

It is imperative for transport links to vaccination sites to be monitored and improved if required to ensure all citizens can access and acquire a vaccination.

Featured Image Credit: First Scotland East

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