THREE Borders communities recorded three or more coronavirus cases in recent days.

An interactive map shows which areas of the region have been worst affected by COVID-19.

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

The Borders figures are broken down into 30 neighbourhoods.

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And in the most recent seven-day period available (February 10 – February 16), the data shows that the 'Coldstream and Area' ward has seen the highest rate of cases.

The area recorded eight cases in the week – a rate of 291.1 per 100,000 population.

Elsewhere, Galashiels West saw four cases; while five people tested positive in the St Boswells and Newtown over the same period – meaning the communities have rates of 133.9 and 131.6 respectively.

At the other end of the scale, a total of 27 areas recorded between zero and two cases over the seven-day period.

They are: Tweeddale West; Tweeddale East; Selkirk; Peebles South; Peebles North; Melrose and Tweedbank; Lauder; Langlee; Kelso South; Kelso North; Jedburgh; Hawick West End; Hawick North; Hawick Central; Galashiels South; Galashiels North; Eyemouth; Ettrick, Yarrow and Lilliesleaf; Earlston, Stow and Clovenfords; Duns; Denholm and Hermitage; Chirnside; Cheviot West; Cheviot East; Burnfoot; Berwickshire East; and Berwickshire Central.

The full data can be accessed by visiting this website and selecting 'cases by neighbourhood'.