AN INTERACTIVE map shows which areas of the Borders have been worst affected by coronavirus in recent days.

The Public Health Scotland tool shows the number of cases per 100,000 population, over a seven-day period.

The Borders figures are broken down into 30 neighbourhoods.

And it has been revealed that Peeblesshire has seen the highest rate of cases in the most recent seven-day period (October 7 – October 13).

Tweeddale West saw nine people diagnosed in the week – a rate of 100-plus per 100,000 population.

However, between October 6 and October 12, a total of 14 people tested positive there.

Tweeddale East, which has a smaller population, had a total of seven new cases, giving it the same rate.

A total of 15 neighbourhoods did not record a single case during the seven-day period.

To see the figures where you live, click here.