The number of areas in Glasgow were Covid-19 cases are at the lowest level has more than doubled in a week.

There was a significant increase in the number of areas where the number of cases is between 0 and 2, shown as white on the map, and where the virus is considered suppressed during that time period.

It rose to 17 areas up from 8 the week before and 5 the week before that.

They were Woodside, Woodlands, Whiteinch, Victoria Park,Sighthill, Partick, North Kelvin, Merrylee and Millbrae, Lansgside, Knighstwood Park East, Ibrox East and Cessnock, Gallowgate North and Bellgrove, Dowanhill, Craigton, Carmyle and Mount Vernon South, Barmuccloch and Anniesland East.

Three of the areas have recorded the lowest level for the last three weeks.

North Kelvin, Sighthill and Victoria Park have had between 0 and 2 cases since Janaury 15.

One area had a rate of between 1 and 49, Gorbals and Hutchesontown with 3 cases which was 48 per 100,000.

There were 21 areas with a rate of between 50 and 99, shown as the lighter grey on the map.

The included Garrowhill East and Swinton with 4 new cases a rate of 95.8 per 100,000 and Ruchill with 7 new cases a rate of 94.6 per 100,000, to Broomhill with 3 cases rate of 64.7 and Kelvingrove and University with 4 cases a rate of 61.1 per 100,000.

Another 48 areas had a rate of between 100 and 199 per 100,000 shown as the darker grey on the map.

The ranged from Battlefield, with 10 new cases 197 per 1000 population, North Barlanark and Easterhouse South, 7 new cases, a population rate of 195, Greenfield with 10  cases, a rate of 194.6 and Anniesland West with 13 new cases, also a rate of 194.6 per 100,000 at the upper end, to Springburn, with 5 cases a rate of 110, Knightswood East, with 4 new cases, a rate of 102,City Centre South, with 4, a rate of 101 and Castlemilk with 5 a rate of 100.4.