Cases of Covid-19 have rised again in the last week as nearby villages continue to see outbreaks.

37 new cases of the virus were recorded in Largs and on Cumbrae between November 13 and 19. 

Largs South recorded 12 new cases in that time, Largs Central and Cumbrae registered 15 cases, and Largs North saw 10 new cases. 

Fairlie and Skelmorlie are both seeing outbreaks in recent weeks, with Fairlie recording 21 new cases and Skelmorlie seeing 15 cases in the past week. 

A previous outbreak in West Kilbride and Seamill has slowed, with just three cases in the village in the last week. 

Across North Ayrshire, 393 new cases were recorded in the last week, a test positivity rate of eight per cent. 

Across Scotland, a further 20,631 cases were confirmed, a test positivity rate of 9.6 per cent. 

Falkirk currently has the highest case rate of any local authority in Scotland.