ONE West Fife neighbourhood recorded a total of 27 coronavirus cases in the past seven days.

Figures published by Public Health Scotland show hotspots across Fife between July 11 and July 17.

During that time, there were 1,067 positive cases in Fife – 332 less than the previous week – and a seven-day positive rate of 285.6 per 100,000 population.

The place with the highest number of cases, with 27, was Kincardine. This placed it in the category for places with 400-plus cases per 100,000 population, the highest grouping.

Also in this category were Dunfermline Abbeyview North (24 cases), Dunfermline Baldrigeburn (15), Dunfermline Headwell (24), Dunfermline Masterton (18), Dunfermline Milesmark and Wellwood (15), Dunfermline Pitcorthie East (16), Inverkeithing East (17), Oakley, Comrie and Blairhall (23), Rosyth North (14), Rosyth South (23) and Saline and Gowkhall (15).

In the next category, for 200-399 cases per 100,000 population, were Cairneyhill and Crombie (6), Crossford, Charlestown and Limekilns (14), Crossgates and Halbeath (8), Dalgety Bay East (8), Dunfermline Abbeyview South (7), Dunfermline Central (8), Dunfermline Duloch North and Lynebank (15), Dunfermline Duloch South (9), Dunfermline Garvock Hill (6), Dunfermline Pitcorthie West (9), Dunfermline Touch and Woodmill (11), Hill of Beath and Kingseat (11), Kelty East (13), Kelty West (9), North Queensferry and Inverkeithing West (8), Rosyth Central (10), Rosyth East (12), Valleyfield, Culross and Torryburn (9).

In the grouping of 100-199 cases per 100,000 population were Aberdour and Auchtertool (7), Dalgety Bay West and Hillend (4) and Dunfermline Bellyeoman and Townhill (9).

There were two West Fife neighbourhoods in the 50-99 cases per 100,000 population category. They were Dalgety Bay Central (4) and Dunfermline Brucefield (3).

No Dunfermline and West Fife neighbourhoods had suppressed coronavirus figures in the last seven days.