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Fully vaccinated for Scots includes getting booster - what it means for covid app and sports

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There is a new definition of fully vaccinated for Scots and it includes getting a booster. Nicola Sturgeon announced a new requirement for vaccine certification in Scotland in her Covid update today.

From Monday, January 17, 'fully vaccinated' for the Scottish vaccination scheme requires a booster if your second dose was more than four months ago.Fully vaccinated previously meant two doses of a Covid vaccine.Showing your vaccination status is necessary for attending certain venues in Scotland and for international travel.People in Scotland can use the NHS Scotland Covid app on their mobile phones or a paper record to show their vaccination status.The First Minister hinted that the Covid passport scheme could be extended in the future.Additionally, Sturgeon removed limits to large outdoor events from January 17, including sport matches.However, clubs must carry out Covid certification checks on at least half of the crowd.The Scottish Government says you will be asked to show your vaccination status in the following places:A late night venue means it:An alternative is showing a recent negative lateral flow test from within the last 24 hours.There are two ways to provide proof of your vaccination record in Scotland.

The Scottish Government 's vaccine passport scheme uses the NHS Scotland Covid Status app - a digital copy of your vaccine record.

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