Is the part in bold print ok?

As stock is limited, and on a first come first serve basis, do immediately call our clinic at 56438967 to book for your Flu jab. We are releasing this to our patients first, before the general public.

Is the part in bold correct? Should it be “As stocks are limited” instead?
Also, shouldn’t it be “first-come-first- served basis” instead?



I think it should be ‘the stock is’ limited or ‘stocks are’ limited. And I have seen the compound word the same way as is suggested by you: first-come-first-served.


well in need I think if a person applied they immediately recorded him and assigned him a queue

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