Specially designed plaques have been presented to Forth Valley College to say thank you for their role in helping to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine to around 175,000 people in Forth Valley.
More than 160,000 first and second doses of the vaccine were administered at their Falkirk campus, 64,000 in their Stirling campus and 55,000 at their Alloa campus in Clackmannanshire.
NHS Forth Valley’s Chief Executive, Cathie Cowan, said: “We cannot thank Forth Valley College enough for their kind offer and I hope that the plaques – one for each campus at Alloa, Stirling and Falkirk – will serve as a reminder of the support they gave to the NHS at a critical time.”
Accepting the plaques, Forth Valley College’s Principal, Dr Ken Thomson, added: “As Forth Valley College are at the heart of the communities of Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa, we felt it was important to offer NHS Forth Valley our campuses as Covid-19 vaccination centres.
“We are proud of the role we played and delighted that our assistance helped to deliver this important vaccination programme across Forth Valley.”