EXCLUSIVE analysis carried out by the Glasgow Times has revealed the parts of the city with the highest surges in coronavirus since new lockdown restrictions were imposed. 

Patrick was the neighbourhood with the biggest percentage increase in coronavirus cases, shooting up by 380% in the week ending Saturday, October 17 from the week before.

The Glasgow Times looked at data from Public Health Scotland which measures the numbers of new tests in neighbourhoods within a seven day period.

The next was Cardonald West and Central, which saw cases increase by 300% in the same period - from between one and four* in the week ending October 10 to to ten cases in a week from Saturday, October 17.

Summerston Central and West saw a large jump, with figures going up by 155.56% in the same period - from nine cases to 23 new positive tests. 

Pollokshields West saw an increase of 142.86% in its cases, going from seven new cases in the week to October 10 to 17 in the week to October 17.

Last in the top five biggest jumps is Darnley North, where cases rose from five to 12, an increase of 140%. 

The Scottish government was approached for comment. 

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*Between one and four is the metric used by PHS to protect patient anonymity if there are less than five coronavirus cases in a particular area. For the purposes of our calculations, we have set this figure at 2.5