Cases of covid-19 in Largs have fallen in the last week, as a major outbreak of the virus continues in West Kilbride.

32 new cases of the virus were recorded in Largs and on Cumbrae between November 6 and 12, compared to 42 the previous week.

Largs South saw 12 new cases, Largs Central and Cumbrae recorded 11 cases, and Largs North registered nine cases.

Case numbers are on the rise in West Kilbride and Seamill, with another 33 new cases in the villages in the last seven days, compared to the 24 recorded the week before.

Case numbers in Fairlie and Skelmorlie have fallen in the last week, with six and eight new cases respectively.

Across North Ayrshire, case numbers have remained steady with a further 461 recorded in the past week, with a test positivity rate of 8.4 per cent.

This is similar to the previous week, when 454 new cases were registered with a test positivity rate of 8.5 per cent.

In the last recorded week, 20,999 new cases of covid-19 were confirmed across Scotland, a test positivity rate of 9.9 per cent.

Across all local authorities in Scotland, North Ayrshire currently sits 25th overall for its case rate, compared to 21st the previous week.

The Orkney Islands currently has the highest covid-19 case rate of any local authority in Scotland.