Coronavirus cases across Glasgow remain high despite a drop in the latest seven day figures.

As the city is braced for an announcement that could put it into level four lockdown this week there was a slight drop int eh weekly totals.

Across the city, using the Public Health Scotland statistics, the latest seven day total of positive cases was 1745 which equals 275 cases per 100,000 population.

It is a fall from the week before where the number was 1937 and the rate per 100,000 was above 300.

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The area with the highest number in the city was Parkhead West and Barrowfield with 58 cases, which was more than double the previous week when it was 31.

The second highest was Darnley west with 36 positive cases and both Baillieston East and Pollokshaws West had 30 each.

Other areas where there were notable increases included Barlanark were positive tests rose from 19 to 27 and Carntyne West were the rise was a doubling from 12 to 24.

The previous week Riddrie recorded the highest total with 137 cases, down to a number of prisoners in Barlinnie Prison testing positive.

This week the number for the area dropped to 23, which was the biggest decrease.