There were only two areas in the city were no positive cases were recorded.

It was the first time in several weeks were any areas showed no positive tests.

While  city wide levels of the virus are considered too high and are expected to lead to level four lockdown being announced just two communities had no cases in the most recent weekly period. 

Coronavirus: The areas in Glasgow with the highest positive tests last week

Victoria Park in the west and Sighthill in the north of the city showed no positive tests for the seven days up to November 13.

Sighthill has been consistently low in recording positive cases each week for a number of weeks.

In seven out of the other nine weeks since the end of Septemebr, start of October the number has been below five and for the other two weeks it was six.

Victoria Park has also had a consistentl low rate in recent months, recoding under 5 in five weeks and a maximum of seven a week in the last ten weeks.

Others with a lower rate of positive cases in the last week included Calton and Gallowgate, with four or fewer cases and a rate of between 30 and 49 per 100,000, Whiteinch, Woodside, Muirend and Cathcart and Kelvindale also four or below but a rate 50 to 74 per 100,000.