Vaccine drop-in clinics for 12-15 year olds opened a little over three weeks ago, but more than 40% of the age group have now received at least their first dose.
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With the vaccination of 16 and 17-year-olds also continuing at a reasonable rate, will Scotland's youngest teenagers end up better protected from Covid than older age groups?
What's the vaccination picture in Scotland?
Looking at first doses, there's 100% coverage of all age groups over 60 in Scotland.
There's also 99.1% coverage of the 55-59 group and 96.5% of all 50-54 year olds have received a first dose.
However, a clear trend emerges with the under 60s - the younger the age group, the lower population coverage plateaus.
As an example, the 40-49 age group reached 90% coverage on 21 July for first doses and almost three months on are now sitting at 91.7%.
What about the youngest age groups?
Vaccination drop-in clinics opened on 7 August for 16-17 year olds.
It wasn't a standing start, as 12% of that age group had already received a first dose, but coverage is now at 73.2% and closing in on the 18-29 age group which has 77.2% coverage.
The drop-in clinics were opened to 12-15 year olds on 20 September and vaccination appointment letters began to be sent out a week after that.
This age group has gone from 5.4% coverage to just over 40% in about three weeks.