SCOTTISH Labour leader Anas Sarwar has "been Pfizered" at a vaccine centre in Glasgow. 

The Glasgow list MSP, who was voted in to lead Scotland's third-biggest party in February 2021, received his first dose of the Covid vaccine at the Glasgow Central Mosque this afternoon. 

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In a video posted to social media, he thanked his vaccination, Imran, for jabbing his arm.

He said: "I've just had my first vaccine at Glasgow Central Mosque and I'm feeling delighted about it. 

"No pain, no nothing, so thank you to Imran who administered the vaccine."

He urged others to take the vital shot when offered, adding: "It really is safe and will help us get through this crisis."

It comes as Glasgow moves into level two restrictions just after midnight tonight. 

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That means from tomorrow, bars and restaurants can serve alcohol until 10.30pm. 

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It will mean Glasgwegians can legally enter the homes of friends and family for the first time since October last year. 

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