Problems which saw some people turned away from vaccine booster appointments in Scotland have been resolved, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Advice to clinics has changed so that people can get a booster jab three months after their second dose, rather than having to wait six months.
She said a small number of people were refused a jab after “glitches in the system” while protocols were updated.
She apologised to those who were turned away after making an appointment.
The Conservatives said communication about the changes had been a “mess”.
They have quotes from two people. Is that the small number, two? Why did they contact BBC Scotland? How close are they to Douglas Ross or Anas Sarwar.
Why doesn’t quite a long report with ‘analysis’ by Lisa Wintery mention that Scotland has given the booster jag to 32.1% compared to the UK average of only 28.3%. Not in the public interest?