Everyone aged 80 or over in Scotland will be given the Covid vaccine by February, the health secretary has said.
Jeane Freeman also said care home staff and residents, as well as front-line health and social care staff would be vaccinated in the next few weeks.
As of Sunday, 163,377 Scots had been given a first dose of vaccine.
Ms Freeman told BBC Scotland that just under 560,000 people will have been vaccinated by the end of the month.
The Oxford vaccine will be available at more than 1,100 locations from Monday.
Scotland has been given an initial allocation of more than 500,000 doses to use in January.