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Ministers have urged people to get vaccinated amid concerns over a rise in the Omicron variant.
Oxfam Scotland says Nicola Sturgeon must send message to Boris Johnson over increasing vaccine availability in poorer nations.
Xevudy has been found to cut hospital admission and death by 79% in those at risk.
The Scottish Government revealed that six cases of the new variant have been identified.
Figures released by the Scottish Government on Sunday showed there had been more than 2000 cases recorded in last 24 hours.
Government increases capacity of the NHS systems that sit behind the app after users experience difficulties registering.
Some users have experienced difficulties verifying their identity on the NHS Scotland Covid Status app.
People attending large events and nightclubs now have to show proof they have been double vaccinated.
Transport secretary says Scottish Government 'reluctantly concluded' that alignment with the UK is 'the best option'.
Youngsters can now visit drop-in clinics to receive their jab following recommendation by chief medical officers.
Children in Scotland aged between 12 and 15 will be offered one dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine from Monday.
More than 30,000 women in Britain have reported disruption to their periods after Covid-19 vaccination.
Commissioner says 12 to 15-year-olds are in favour of having the choice of receiving coronavirus vaccine.
Former department store in Aberdeen city centre converted into vaccination hub.
Former PM calls for emergency summit to tackle the 'scandal' over a lack of global coronavirus vaccines.
He has attended a number of rallies over the last year.
UK scientists have identified the markers associated with rare blood clots linked to the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
NHS Lanarkshire releases video highlighting the abuse received by healthcare professionals during pandemic.
Six trainee medics have written an open letter urging people in their 20s and 30s to get vaccinated.
Uber, Bolt and Deliveroo are among the brands offering incentives as part of a scheme already under way in England.