The number of people in Greater Glasgow with coronavirus has jumped from 130 to 152.

That's an increase of 22.

That announcement came as part of the Scottish Government's 2pm daily update on the daily virus.

There remains a huge increase in the number of cases in Greater Glasgow than in other surrounding health boards.

In Lanarkshire, the number of confirmed cases has risen from 49 to 58.

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Earlier, Nicola Sturgeon revealed four more people have died after testing positve for COVID-19 in Scotland - taking the death toll to 14. 

At a briefing at St Andrews House in Edinburgh, the First Minister said 499 people have tested positive for the virus in Scotland, an increase of 83 from Sunday.

She said those figures are likely to be an underestimate.

As of Monday afternoon, 9364 tests for the deadly virus have taken place in Scotland.

Of those, 8865 were negative, leaving the 499 confirmed cases.

The First Minister urged people to take Government advice on social distancing seriously to save lives and said shops not providing essentials such as food or medicine should close.

Chief medical officer for Scotland Dr Catherine Calderwood also spoke at the briefing.

She said: “Those 14 deaths probably each represent up to 1000 people that have become infected.

“We have 23 people currently in our intensive care units across Scotland who have coronavirus and each of them represents perhaps 400 to 500 other people that will have become infected in the course of their illness.”