Scottish football clubs have been given the green light to establish pop-up Covid vaccination centres to encourage under-30s to get the jab and avoid the new league season descending into fixture chaos.
A new campaign begins with Premier Sports Cup fixtures on Friday night- and Ross County have already been forced to forfeit Saturday's League Cup opener against Forfar after a coronavirus outbreak at the Highland club.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
With infection rates rising fast amongst the under-30s, the fear of further disruption has prompted Scottish football's Joint Response Group - led by SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell - to hold positive talks with the Scottish Government over the establishment of on-site vaccination centres in stadium car parks for players, staff and members of the public.
Scottish football clubs will open pop up Covid vaccination centres amid rising positive cases
The JRG want clubs to ensure as many players as possible have received both jabs ahead of the new league season. And clubs have now been encouraged to contact their local health boards as soon as possible to get things