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This data is from May 8 to
May 14. 5. East Renfrewshire
In East Renfrewshire there were 160.2 positive cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people between November 21 and November 27.
In total, 153 positive cases were recorded in this area over the seven day period.
Clackmannanshire recorded 137.8 coronavirus cases per 100,000 population with a total of 71 new cases between November 21 and November 27.
7. West Lothian
West Lothian recorded 137.6 positive cases of coronavirus per 100,000 people. 252 positive cases were recorded in total in this area between November 21 and November 27.
In Stirling 134.8 new cases of coronavirus were reported per 100,000 population. In total 127 new cases were reported between November 21 and November 27.