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‘No plans’ for compulsory vaccination


Scotland’s health secretary says there are no plans for compulsory Covid vaccination but she is optimistic take-up will be high.

Jeane Freeman said Scotland had a good track record for carrying out effective immunisation programmes.

She told the BBC’s Sunday Politics Scotland a public information campaign would target every home in the new year.



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