Proof of vaccination is now required to enter:
• late night venues open after midnight with alcohol and music and dancing
• unseated indoor live events, with more than 500 people in the audience
• unseated outdoor live events, with more than 4,000 people in the audience
• any event, of any nature, which has more than 10,000 people in attendance
People in Scotland can download the NHS Scotland Covid Status App via their mobile device. A paper certificate or the downloadable PDF is also available from NHS Inform.
Under 18s do not require proof of vaccination. Neither do: participants in vaccine trials, people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons and people working or performing in the venues.
No personal data is stored on the NHS Scotland Covid Check app.
Link to the apps: COVID status (vaccine passport), Protect Scotland and Check-in Scotland
Vaccinations in Orkney : 88.4% of those ages 16+ years in Orkney have now been fully vaccinated.
And this graph shows the totals in Orkney divided into sex and age
This table illustrates the vaccination figures for Scotland as at 18th of October 2021
You can find all this information on the Covid-19 Daily Dashboard from Public Health Scotland
Travelling Tabby has excellent data on Covid in Scotland and the UK .
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