Nicola Sturgeon has decided to "relaunch" her flagship FACTS Covid public health campaign amid low public understanding of what the acronym stands for. The Scottish Government has written to MSPs stating the campaign has been rebooted in the run-up to Christmas, with new icons for each of the five letters. Updating them about a "relaunch of the new FACTS campaign", the email said it would run until Dec 20 and include adverts on TV, press, radio and social media. The email asked MSPs to share the campaign in their Facebook and Twitter posts - with the hashtag WeAreScotland - in an attempt to increase the campaign's reach and profile. The move emerged after Ms Sturgeon earlier this week insisted that the Scottish Government's polling showed "good understanding" of the FACTS key messages. However, this was undermined by official research published a fortnight ago showing a majority of Scots could not identify the safety message attached to each letter.