AN INTERACTIVE map available online details which areas of the Borders have recorded new cases of coronavirus.

Using data collected by Public Health Scotland, the map shows 11 areas of the Borders have recorded more than one case of COVID-19 in a seven-day period.

Between June 9-15, the Borders recorded a seven-day case rate of 84 per 100,000 of the population.

The areas with the highest case rates are Galashiels South and Galashiels West – South recorded a case rate of 780 per 100,000 in this period which is equal to 26 positive cases, and West had a case rate of 402 per 100,000 and 12 positive COVID-19 cases.

Seven areas recorded case rates between 100-199 per 100,000 – these areas included Burnfoot and Langlee (three cases each); Earlston, Stow and Clovenfords Area, Galashiels North, Hawick Central (seven cases each); Hawick west End (four cases); and Tweeddale East Area (10 cases).

Peebles North recorded a seven-day case rate of 93 per 100,000 and four cases, and Tweeddale West Area reported three cases and a rate of 49 per 100,000.

The areas which recorded between zero and two cases, and do not display a seven-day case rate "in order to protect patient confidentiality", were: Bere central; Berwickshire East; Cheviot East; Cheviot West; Chirnside and Area; Coldstream and Area; Denholm and Hermitage; Duns; Ettrick, Yarrow and Lilliesleaf Area; Eyemouth; Hawick North; Jedburgh; Kelso North; Kelso South; Lauder and Area; Melrose and Tweedbank Area; Peebles South; Selkirk; and St Boswells and Newtown Area.

View the interactive map and access other PHS coronavirus data, here.