The latest figures were released this afternoon by the Scottish government as part of its national daily COVID-19 briefing.
In terms of Public Health Scotland’s seven-day mobile infection rate per 100,000 population, Moray still has the highest rate in the country – at 93.9 as of Sunday, May 9.
Glasgow City have the second highest rate at 48.3 while Clackmannanshire is third at 42.7
Currently 22 of Scotland’s 32 regional councils have an infection rate below the national average of 22.7.
Locally, only South Ayrshire (13.3) is below the Scottish average. North Ayrshire’s infection rate is 16.3 and East Ayrshire’s is 31.1.
In Ayrshire, 12 new cases of the disease were reported overnight.
Of the new cases, five were from South Ayrshire, four were attributed to East Ayrshire and three to North Ayrshire.
Infection rate over 7 days per 100,000 inhabitants for each area of the council …
0,0 Îles Orcades / Îles Shetland / Na h-Eileanan Siar
1.2 Argyll & Bute
4.3 Scottish Borders
6,5 East Lothian
6,7 Dumfries et Galloway
8,6 Perth et Kinross
13,3 South Ayrshire
14,1 City of Dundee
14,6 West Dunbartonshire
17,1 City of Edinburgh
19,2 City of Aberdeen
21,2 East Dunbartonshire
22.2 South Lanarkshire
24,5 North Ayrshire
25,1 West Lothian
29,3 East Renfrewshire
31,1 East Ayrshire
33,4 North Lanarkshire
48,3 Glasgow City
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There are currently 72 Covid patients in Scottish hospitals and less than five in the NHS health council area of Ayrshire and Arran.
A total of six people are in intensive care units across the country – fewer than five of them are in Ayrshire.
The death toll from the pandemic in the country remains at 7,661, however, 10,097 deaths have been recorded in Scotland where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate until Sunday, May 2.
The country’s immunization program continues to progress with 2,909,156 people receiving a first dose and 1,485,296 a second dose.
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