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    Schoolkids across the Forth Valley are returning to the classroom today. It’s the start of the new school year in Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire. Staff and pupils aged 12 and over will still need to wear face coverings – and one-metre social distancing remains. But class “bubbles” have been scrapped – meaning those identified as […]

    From Saturday, vaccination clinics will open up at three new locations across the Forth Valley. Falkirk Community Hospital and the Pathfoot Building at Stirling University will host clinics seven days a week, from 8:30am to 7pm. Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre, in Sauchie, will be offering vaccines this weekend and next weekend. All clinics will continue […]

    From today, social distancing rules in most settings are being dropped in Scotland. Scotland moves into the next stage of coronavirus restrictions today. It means increased capacity for bars, restaurants, and stadiums. Up to 5,000 fans can now attend football matches. Meanwhile, nightclubs have welcomed back customers for the first time since March 2020. They’re […]

    This October’s Stirling Marathon has been called off. Organisers say it’s with “enormous disappointment” they’ve made the decision to postpone the event. They say there are still “too many uncertainties” about the race going ahead, and coronavirus restrictions. It’s been rescheduled for 15th May next year – anyone who entered this time around will be […]

    Falkirk’s game against Edinburgh City has been called off – after a number of players and staff tested positive for coronavirus. The Bairns have been forced to concede tonight’s game. In a statement, the club said: “Following a number of positive COVID test results received today, Falkirk Football Club has informed the SPFL that we […]

    Scotland has moved to Level 0 of lockdown restrictions. The changes mean up to 15 people from 15 households can gather outside. Meanwhile, up to 10 people from 4 different households can meet at indoor venues – including bars and restaurants. Up to 200 people are now allowed at weddings and funerals. Pubs and restaurants […]

    All of mainland Scotland will move to Level 0 on Monday July 19th, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed. There’s been some modifications to the Level 0 guidance though and the First Minister says face masks will remain a requirement for “some time.” The move on Monday means 8 people from 4 households can meet inside their […]

    All mainland health boards in Scotland are offering drop-in coronavirus vaccination clinics from Monday. It means anyone who’s aged 18 or over can get their first vaccine, without booking an appointment. Figures from Public Health Scotland show 88.5% of adults in the Forth Valley have been given a jag. NHS Forth Valley have confirmed the […]

    The Scottish Government says booster covid vaccines will be offered to certain priority groups from September. The move is in response to interim advice from the Joint Committee on Immunisation and Immunisation. Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said: “The Scottish Government welcomes the interim advice from the JCVI that – in order to maximise protection in […]

    Anyone aged 18 to 39 can get a Pfizer vaccination from today until Sunday at drop-in clinics across the Forth Valley. No bookings are needed for the new clinics, which are based at Forth Valley College campuses in Falkirk, Stirling and Alloa. People aged 40 and over who’re still waiting for their first jag can […]