People in Scotland can now download or receive a paper QR code showing their Covid vaccination status.
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The change comes after plans to require vaccine passports for nightclubs and large events were announced.
Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said the codes would allow people without smartphones to show they had been vaccinated if the scheme is approved by the Scottish Parliament.
The free documents can be downloaded from the NHS Inform website.
They can also be posted to people requesting them by phone.
The scannable images, or 2D barcodes, are being added to all vaccination records requested from Friday.
Vaccinated children over 12 will only be able to request a copy of their vaccination status by phoning the Covid-19 Status Helpline.
On Wednesday, Nicola Sturgeon announced plans for vaccine passports to be required for entry to nightclubs and many large events in Scotland from the end of September.
The plans, which go before MSPs next week, would apply to indoor and outdoor events.
When similar plans for England were outlined by the UK government over the summer, senior Scottish government figures including Mr Yousaf and Deputy First Minister John Swinney said they did not believe vaccine passports were the way to go in Scotland.