Negative Covid tests are now being accepted as an alternative to vaccine passports in Scotland, APA reports citing BBC.
As long as people have proof of a negative PCR or lateral flow test taken within the previous 24 hours on a text or email, they can get into clubs, concerts or large events.
Until now, people were only allowed into large events or nightclubs if they could provide proof of vaccination.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the change to the rules about two weeks ago.
This morning her deputy, John Swinney, told us the rules could be eased because there was now a "high level of vaccination in society".