AN INTERACTIVE Borders map shows the areas that have recorded the least new cases of coronavirus in recent days.

Data released today (March 8) by Public Health Scotland (PHS) shows that the majority of the areas in the Borders have recorded between zero and two cases of coronavirus in a seven-day period.

The Borders is split into 30 neighbourhoods.

The PHS tool shows the number of cases in the seven-day period between February 27-March 5.

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The areas which have recorded fewer than two cases of coronavirus are: Tweeddale West Area; Tweeddale East Area; St Boswells and Newtown Area; Selkirk; Peebles South; Peebles North; Melrose and Tweedbank Area; Lauder and Area; Kelso South; Kelso North; Jedburgh; Hawick West End; Hawick North; Hawick Central; Galashiels South; Galashiels North; Eyemouth; Ettrick Yarrow and Lilliesleaf Area; Earlston Stow and Clovenfords Area; Duns; Denholm and Hermitage; Coldstream and Area; Cheviot West; Cheviot East; Burnfoot; Berwickshire East; and Berwickshire Central.

At the top of the scale, Langlee has recorded seven cases in the seven days between February 27-March 5, with a case rate of 275.3 per 100,000 of the population.

Galashiels West has recorded three cases and a rate of 100.4 cases per 100,000, while Chirnside and Area reported four cases and a case rate of 101 per 100,000.

To view the interactive map, click here and select 'cases by neighbourhood'.