Lockdown restrictions on household visits in Glasgow are being continued for at least another week.

Nicola Sturgeon delivered the update today and said the rules must remain in place.

She revealed there were 91 new cases in Greater Glasgow and Clyde in the last 24 hours.

Ther restrictions remain the same.

You should not host others in your home or visit others, even if their home is outside the restricted areas.

Visiting care homes is restricted to outdoor visits only and hospital visits are restricted to essential visits only.

Ms Sturgeon said it was in response to a "worrying increase" in positive cases.

The restrictions were put in place one week ago after cases were rising in the city.

The were applied to Glasgow, East Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire.

Yesterday it was extended to East Dunbartonshire and Renfrewshire as cases continue to rise, causing concern for public health officials.

Prior to the announcement last week there had been 260 new positive cases in the area in one week and 174 of those were reported in the three days before.

 In the week since the restrictions were re-imposed there have been 516 positive cases across Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board area.

The Greater Glasgow cases account for almost half of all cases in Scotland with across the country 1,065 cases reported in the last week.

The latest statistics showed 176 new cases across Scotland.

Thre were 267 people in hospital and six in intensive care.

There have been three deaths in the last 24 hours.