JUST one West Fife neighbourhood was included in the highest coronavirus rating category this week when figures saw another rise in case numbers across Fife.

The weekly statistics from Public Health Scotland showed the COVID-19 hotspots in the Kingdom between June 4 and 10.

In this time, there were 709 cases – 246 more than the previous week – which resulted in a seven day positive rate of 189.5 cases per 100,000 population.

Rosyth Central was in the highest rated category, for locations with between 400 and 799 cases per 100,000 population, after 14 cases were recorded.

In the next category, for places with 200-399 cases per 100,000 population, were Dunfermline Garvock Hill (11 cases), Oakley, Comrie and Blairhall (14), Dunfermline Pitcorthie East (12), Dunfermline Masterton (11), Crossford, Charlestown and Limekilns (13), Dalgety Bay Central (13), Rosyth North (9), Dalgety Bay West and Hillend (7), Rosyth East (8) and Crossgates and Halbeath (9).

Also with this rating were Kincardine (8), Aberdour and Auchtertool (9), Dunfermline Touch and Woodmill (7), Dunfermline Brucefield (8), Dunfermline Pitcorthie West (6), Dalgety Bay East (6), Rosyth South (9), Dunfermline Bellyeoman and Townhill (12), North Queensferry and Inverkeithing West (7), Dunfermline Central (7), Saline and Gowkhall (8), Inverkeithing East (6) and Dunfermline Abbeyview North (8).

Those with a rating of 100-199 cases per 100,000 population were Kelty East (6), Dunfermline Headwell (7), Dunfermline Duloch South (6), Kelty West (4), Dunfermline Baldridgeburn (5) and Dunfermline Milesmark and Wellwood (4).

There were two West Fife neighbourhoods in the lowest category with less than three cases, which is presented as between 0-2 to maintain confidentiality.

These were Dunfermline Abbeyview South and Cairneyhill and Crombie.