Hibernian confirm vaccine status required for Celtic clash

Hibernian have announced that fans visiting for the game against Celtic on Wednesday 27th of October. The Easter Road club have said that they will enforce Vaccine Passports for this, their first home game, since the law comes into force.

Speaking to Edinburgh Evening News, a Hibs spokesperson outlined that they would require the vaccine passports for the game against Celtic; however, they would detail specifics nearer the time.

“We will release further details on Covid Passports ahead of our home game against Celtic, which will take place on Wednesday 27 October, so supporters have clear, concise information.

“The decision to implement a Covid vaccine passport was not taken by us, but we must follow Government guidance in order to keep our fans safe.

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“We would accept both digital and paper copies of your vaccination status, but would advise supporters to use a paper copy if possible due to the reported issues with the NHS Scotland Covid Status App. We also believe this will be the quickest way for you to gain entry to Easter Road.Harry Hood – Twice as Good is out later this month and you can order your copy by clicking on the image below…

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