THE Glasgow Times can today reveal the areas of the city which have seen the biggest impact from new lockdown restrictions, according to our analysis. 

Since new lockdown measures came into force on Friday, October 9, some parts of Glasgow have seen huge decreases in their week-on-week testing numbers, according to analysis of Public Health Scotland (PHS) figures.

Central Easterhouse saw the biggest drop in cases from the week ending October 10 to the week ending October 17. Cases fell there from 17 to between one and four (which we have set as 2.5 cases, for the purposes of percentage increases) - a drop of -85.29%.

On the other end of the spectrum, Partick saw a huge jump of 380%, from a low of between one and four to 12 cases in the West End neighbourhood. 

Data gathered from PHS's neighbourhood breakdown show that City Centre East (which includes Merchant City) continues to have the highest number of cases in the city, with 58 cases in the week from October 17, a 9.43% increase from the previous week. 

In total, 65 areas saw decreases in their weekly total of cases, 13 saw no overall change and 56 saw increases in their numbers. 

Kelvinside and Jordanhill recorded zero new Covid cases in the week to October 10 but this rose to somewhere between one and four by the week ending October 17. The Scottish government uses the between one and four measure when cases are less than five to preserve patient anonymity. For the purposes of our analysis we set this figure as 2.5. 

Some of the other highest scoring areas in the previous week, such as Toryglen and Oatlands saw their cases decrease by -16.67% (down from 42 new cases to 35).

Govan and Linthouse saw the second biggest fall in new cases, with numbers there going from 15 to between one and four new cases in the period. 

Other areas which were particularly badly hit, such as Baillieston East saw their new cases fall by -38.89%. 

Due to delays to test results for positive new cases, the number of cases in each area may be higher. 

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The Scottish Government was approached for comment.