Owners of an Edinburgh nightclub have announced customers will no longer need a coronavirus vaccine passport to enter the establishment.
Scottish Government laws had come into force in October which legally required all those attending certain large scale events and clubs to have official proof of both vaccinations.
As a result, all nightclubs in the capital have taken on the law, with customers requiring confirmation on the NHS Scotland Covid status app.
However, this week George Street club Lulu’s announced that they would be scrapping the scheme altogether after a complete “crash in sales.”
To remain legally compliant, the venue, owned by the Montpellier’s group, confirmed to Edinburgh Live that they have removed the dance floor in the club.
With customers unable to congregate in one area to dance, and instead being more confined to their tables, the dancefloor has also been turned into a new seating area with additional furniture.
From this weekend, the club will run its Buddha Friday and Tipsy Saturday events without the need for vaccine certification.