Scheme would enable UK residents travelling overseas to prove they have been vaccinated or recently tested.
In Scotland, more than 15% of adults have been given two doses of the vaccine.
Former PM says the mass vaccination of the world should be primary focus of the G7 summit in Cornwall.
Regulator says young people will be offered the Pfizer or Moderna vaccination instead.
Data from an early-stage phase one/two study showed promising results for the Valneva jab.
Scottish Government seeking clarity on future vaccine supply amid warning of significant reduction from end of March.
The plan is to move Scotland into level one in early June, before shifting to level zero by the end of that month.
World Health Organisation and European Medicines Agency say there is no evidence the jab causes blood clots.
Nicola Sturgeon will update Scottish Parliament on Tuesday on the further reopening of society.
First Minister says Scottish Government has been assured by UK regulator over safety of Oxford/AstraZeneca jab.
UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency says evidence does not suggest vaccine is the cause of blood clots.
The death toll under this measurement – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – is now 7129.
Head of state says her Covid-19 jab 'didn't hurt at all' and praised the speed of the vaccine rollout across the UK.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the whole population may be vaccinated by end of July 'if we have the supplies'.
Jim Brown passed away with Covid-19 while his wife Liz is being cared for by their daughter as she recovers from the virus.
Comedian's wife posts image on social media of Connolly receiving vaccination at his local supermarket.
Stats show 374 deaths were registered in the week February 1-7 where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
National clinical director Jason Leitch says schools are the priority for reopening followed by 'real essential' aspects of society.
People being reminded that Covid vaccine in Scotland is free and NHS Scotland would not ask for money.
First Minister says supplies expected to fall in second part of February as people start to receive second doses of vaccine.