The latest weekly coronavirus figures have been released, highlighting hotspots of Covid-19 per 100,000 of the population and the risk in each neighbourhood.

Scotland had 3,760 positive cases between February 24 and March 2, which was 68.8 cases per 100,000 population and a test positivity rate of 3.4%.

These numbers are lower than last week, in which Scotland reported 5,342 positive cases, 104.1 cases per 100,000 population, and a test positivity rate of 4.7%.

READ MORE: Last week's figures

Alva in Clackmannanshire had the most Covid cases in Scotland, with 25 people testing positive from a population of 4,637.

On Monday, the Advertiser reported that contact tracing was being carried out in the area after a positive test relating to the primary school.

Clackmannan is currently 8th on the list, with contact tracing also being carried out at the primary school, as reported on Wednesday.

Overal, the council area with the most cases of Covid-19 is Glasgow City with 650 positive cases, which works out at 102.7 per 100,000 people.

However, the area with the most Covid cases per 100,00 population was Clackmannanshire with 163.0.

Only Orkney in Scotland had zero cases of Covid-19 over this seven-day period.