The latest weekly figures have revealed Scotland's Covid hotspot areas as the country enters a "fragile" moment in the fight against the virus. 

Covid-19 cases have "more than tripled over the last month", Nicola Sturgeon warned in a briefing on Friday. 

Scotland has had 4072 positive cases between May 26 and June 1, which is 74.5 cases per 100,000 people and a test positivity of 2.90%.

This is a considerable rise compared to the previous seven days during which there were 2,687 positive cases, equaling a rate of 49.2 cases per 100,000 population. 

Renfrewshire North had the most cases in Scotland after 56 people tested positive for coronavirus in the seven days from a population of 7301.  

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The council area with the highest rate of cases was East Renfrewshire, followed by South Ayrshire. 

East Renfrewshire saw 162 new cases in the period resulting in a rate of 169.6 positive cases per 100,000 people in a seven day period. 

Meanwhile, South Ayrshire had 164 cases leading to a rate of 145.6 positive cases per 100,000 people in a seven day period. 

Find your neighbourhood using our chart below (if your area is not listed the area saw less than five cases in the past seven days).