Scots have been using an online calculator to estimate when they might be due to receive their coronavirus vaccine in recent weeks.
Scientist Steven Wooding developed the Vaccine Queue Calculator in a bid to find out roughly how far he has progressed in the line for the jab.
The tool uses information supplied from the UK Government and the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).
But now, the expert has created the same tool based specifically on the population of Scotland alone.
The tool asks Scots for their age, the line of work they are in, health condition and any potential risk factors.
It then calculates a series of dates of when you may be due to receive your first dose of the vaccine, while informing you of how many people are in front of you in the queue.
A description on the website reads: “We created this calculator to deliver all the answers to every single one of these crucial questions.
“Omni’s vaccine queue calculator will estimate for you how many people are ahead of you in the queue to get a Covid vaccine in Scotland. It also predicts how long you might have to wait to get your vaccine.
“By using our tool, you’ll have a better idea of when you can expect to get vaccinated.”
But the dates provided must not be seen as an accurate calculation – and Scots have been urged not to contact NHS Scotland to fast track their place on the vaccination programme.
A spokesperson for NHS Scotland said: “Your local NHS Scotland will be in touch with you to arrange your vaccination appointment when you are eligible.
“It’s important not to contact your GP practice for a vaccination before then.”
The latest Scottish Government data has revealed that more than half a million Scots have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine so far.
It is hoped that 400,000 people will be vaccinated per week by the end of February.
Information on the Vaccine Queue Calculator can be found here.