Only one area in Glasgow recorded no positive coronavirus cases in the seven days up to November 20.

Victoria Park, pale grey on the map in the west, had no positive tested cases for the latest available seven day period.

For the second week in a row the area had no cases and it has consistently been among the lowest areas in the city for positive coronavirus cases.

Other areas with lowest cases in Glasgow were Drumry West and Scotstoun North and West (pale blue on the map) and which neighbours Victoria Park, with fewer than five and a rate of between 15 and 29 per 100,000 population.

Blairdardie West, Finnieston and Kelvinhaugh and North Kelvin, (blue on the map) had a lower than average rate with five or fewer and a rate of between 30 and 49 per 100,000.

The areas in yellow are those with between 50 and 74 positive cases per 100,000 and the orange coloured are those with between 75 to 99.

In yellow are Alexandra Parade, Broomhill, Cardonald South and East, Merrylee and Millbrae and Wyndford.

In orange are Cathcart, City Centre South, Firhill, Hillington, Ibrox East and Cessnock, Keppochill, Maryhill East, Maryhill West and North barlanark and Easterhouse South.

Overall however, most of Glasgow is still red on the Covid-19 map with a rate of more than 100 per 100,000 people testing positive.

 Glasgow is in the first of three weeks at Level four lockdown due to be lifted on December 11 where it will either return to level three unless the positive cases continue to fall, and fast enough, to a rate low enough to be considered for level two with reduced restrictions on people meeting and on businesses being allowed to open.