The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Requirements) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2022 and The Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Requirements) (Scotland) Amendment (No. 2) Regulations 2022: equality impact assessment

This equality impact assessment (EQIA) is to analyse the potential impacts for each protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010 of amending the definition of fully vaccinated to include the requirement for a booster if a primary course of MHRA vaccine was over 120 days ago and amend the definition of late night venue.

Annex A

List of stakeholders engaged with

Age Scotland

Baptist Union of Scotland

Black and Ethnic Minority Infrastructure in Scotland

Children & Young People's Commissioner Scotland

Church of Scotland

Close the Gap

Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights

Disability Equality Scotland

Edinburgh Inter-faith Association


Equality & Human Rights Commission

Evangelical Alliance

Glasgow Disability Alliance

Humanist Society Scotland

Inclusion Scotland

Information Commissioner's Office

Intercultural Youth Scotland

Interfaith Scotland

Just Right Scotland

LGBT Youth Scotland

Minority Ethnic Carers of Older People Project (MECOPP)

Muslim Council of Scotland

Open Rights Group Scotland

Progress in Dialogue

Roman Catholic Bishops' Conference

Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)

Scottish Council of Jewish Communities

Scottish Episcopal Church

Scottish Human Rights Commission

Scottish Privacy Forum

Scottish Refugee Council

Scottish Trans Alliance

Scottish Women's Aid

Scottish Women's Convention

Stonewall Scotland

The Equality Network

Young Scot

Youth Link



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