Two areas in Glasgow had the lowest levels of positive coronavirus cases in the last week.

Seven day figures published by Public Health Scotland showed that cases were slowing across the city but overall levels remained high.

There were only two areas where the numbers were so low, between 0 and 2, shown as white on the map where the virus is considered suppressed in that area at that time.

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They were Langside, in the south and Central Easterhouse, in the east Another two had a rate of between 50 and 99 cases.

They were Finnieston and Kelvinhaugh, inthe west of the city, and Gallowgate North and Bellgrove, in the east, all shown as grey on the map.

There were another 29 where cases numbers were lower, between 100 and 199 per 100,000, shown as dark grey on the map.

There were 60 areas where the rate of cases was between 200 and 399 per 100,000 shown as the second darkest purple on the map.

That number is similar to the 58 recorded the previous week.

Those areas included Govan with 27, Braidfauld with 25, Toryglen/Oatlands with 25, and Roystonhill, Bailieston East and Parkhead West/Barrowfield all with 23.