In the above BBC Scotland report on jabbing, we see:
In a slightly earlier report for the UK vaccination rates by age:
If we stop the Scottish graph lines just a bit to the left, we can make a reasonable comparison.
One, around 72% of Scottish 18-29 had had their first jag by the 18th August while less than 60% did across the UK.
Two, 16-17 year-olds are not included on the UK graph even though by then upwards of 30% had been jagged in Scotland.
Three, and perhaps most striking, is the gap between UK (65%) and Scottish (72%) 30-39 year-olds.
I appreciate there has been a bit of estimation here but given that Scotland is ahead on overall vaccinations, the trend for the younger ones is unlikely to have changer significantly in the last few days.