Coronavirus hot spots across North Ayrshire have been revealed in a new map.

Public Health Scotland have released the statistics showing COVID-19 cases in neighbourhoods across the region.

Parts of Kilbirnie, Beith, Dalry, West Kilbride, Stevenston and Saltcoats reported between one and four positive COVID-19 cases in the lastest seven days.

Irvine has the highest number of positive coronavirus cases with areas highlighted in red due to it having the highest 7-day rate per 100,000 population - rated as 100 plus.

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Neighbourhoods in Kilwinning and Stevenston also have the highest level of rate per population.

Irvine had between 29 and 44 positive cases during the 7 days and Kilwinning had 19.

The Tarryholme area of Irvine had 12 cases between September 26 and October 2, with Castlepark South reporting 8 and a Kilwinning neighbourhood suffering 11.

There were no new cases in Ardrossan or on the Isle of Arran during the same period.

North Ayrshire is split into 38 neighbourhoods, with 78 positive cases across the region in the week leading up to October 2.

A total of 14 neighbourhoods did not record a single case during the seven-day period.

To see the figures where you live, click here.

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