Many areas across Glasgow have seen another drop in positive Coronavirus cases over the last seven day period.

Using the statistics provided by Public Health Scotland it can be seen that for the week up to November 20 just before the city entered level four lockdown there had been 1393 positive cases, down from 1745 for the previous seven days.

The rate per 100,000, which is one of the key measures used for deciding which level a council area should be in, was still far higher than the rest of Scotland.

For Glasgow the rate was 220 per 100,000, which was a decrease from 275 per 100,000 a week earlier.

However across Scotland the figure was 130 per 100,000.

 There were two areas which recorded the highest number of positive cases, Maxwell Park in the south side and Dennistoun North in the east of the city, both with 36.

The only other area with more than 30 positive cases was Parkhead West and Barrowfield with 31.

There were another seven areas with more than 20 positive tested cases in the week.

Robroyston and Millerfield with 26, Pollok South and West with 25, City Centre East with 24, Greenfield with 23, Drumoyne and Shieldhall with 22 and Blairdardie East and Govanhill West both with 21.