The Omicron variant accounts for over 90 per cent of cases with over one million Covid cases in Scotland.Latest figures report a total of 1,074,591 Covid cases in the country as testing reveals 91.1 per cent of cases are Omicron.However, the latest data from Public Health Scotland shows that the Omicron surge could have peaked.The Scottish Government began easing the Covid restrictions enacted after Boxing Day.Scots can now attend large outdoor events with no limits on capacity from Monday, January 17.Nicola Sturgeon announced that the Covid passport now requires a booster to be considered fully vaccinated.As Scotland emerges from the post-Christmas restrictions, here is where the current cases stand.
Figures from January 5, the most recent data available.Greater Glasgow & Clyde: 6,027Lothian: 4,327Lanarkshire: 3,736Ayrshire & Arran: 1,582Grampian: 1,266Tayside: 1,174Forth Valley: 1,063Fife: 1,039Highland: 751Dumfries and Galloway: 398Borders: 364Orkney: 20Shetland: 18Western Isles: 7Maps from Public Health Scotland use local neighbourhood areas defined by the Scottish Government.Figures listed by local authority based off positive cases from January 3 to 91.
West Dunbartonshire1,639 cases1,855.3 cases per 100,0002. South Lanarkshire5,937 cases1,850.6 cases per 100,0003.
Inverclyde1,414 cases1,834.9 cases per 100,0004. Renfrewshire3,072 cases1,712.5 cases per 100,0005. North Lanarkshire5,668 cases1,661.5 cases per 100,0006.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk