Young people in Scotland are being urged to register for a Covid-19 vaccination.
It comes after registration was opened to those aged between 18 to 29-years-old who are registered with a GP surgery in Scotland.
An online form is available to fill out on the NHS Scotland website, with a short registration process in place.
Those living in Orkney, Shetland or the Western Isles (Outer Hebrides) do not need to register through the same process, with local health boards making contact with individuals in those areas.
The registration service is available for two weeks from May 24 until June 4, with vaccination appointments beginning from mid-June.
Those who register will receive alerts and information digitally, rather than through the post, with a text or email sent to confirm successful registration.
People who are aged over 30 will not be able to self-register as those appointments are being processed, with those individuals being sent blue envelopes in the post.
For people who are eligible but do not have access to the internet or a smartphone, they can still registers for SMS and email updates by calling the national Covid-19 vaccination helpline on 0800 030 8013.
Eighteen to 29-year-olds who do not register online will still receive their blue envelope in the post.
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