Not included in this list, the worst hit area in Edinburgh is Currie West with 21 new cases reported over the week.
The first seven areas on the list didn’t record a single new case in the time frame, the following five recorded between one and four new cases. They are ordered according to the highest population.
This data is from November 7 to November 13.
Over this seven day period, 456 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the City of Edinburgh, that’s 86.9 cases per 100,000 population.
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1. Clermiston and Drumbrae
Clermiston and Drumbrae recorded no new cases in the last week and has the largest population on our list with 6,244 people living in this area.
2. Stenhouse and Saughton Mains
Second on the list we have Stenhouse and Saughton Mains which also didn't record any new cases. This area has a population of 5,947.
Polwarth has a population of 4,798 and didn't record any new cases between November 7 and November 13.
4. Bonaly and The Pentlands
With a population of 4,748 people Bonaly and The Pentlands didn't record any new cases of coronavirus in the last week.