Data released today shows the Ayrshire towns and villages where coronavirus cases have been suppressed.

Public Health Scotland figures show COVID-19 hotspots and locations where the virus is less prevalent.

The region reported 21 new cases in the past 24 hours with 15,346 positive tests being detected since the pandemic began.

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The number of people in NHS Ayrshire & Arran hospitals has reduced by five to 104. ICU numbers remain at 5

No new deaths have been recorded in the region.

Across Scotland, two more deaths have been reported overnight with the nation's death toll now at 7,131.

There have been 572 new cases have been recorded with the nation's total now at 202,084.

But cases are so low in a number of Ayrshire areas they've been classes as 'suppressed' to protect patient confidentiality.

East Ayrshire

In East Ayrshire, there are eight suppressed areas: Stewarton West; Stewarton East; Newmilns; Mauchline Rural; Doon Valley South; Doon Valley North; Dean and New Farm Loch North; and Darvel

East Ayrshire's COVID-19 hotspot Kilmaurs where the zone has a seven-day rate per 100,000 of 414.0

North Ayrshire

Largs Central and Cumbrae (231.1.) currently has the highest case rate at the moment in North Ayrshire.

Meanwhile, North Ayrshire has 16 suppressed zones: Stevenston North West; Stevenston Hayocks; Skelmorlie and Rural; Kilwinning Central and North; Kilbirnie South and Longbar; Irvine Girdle Toll and Stanecastle; Irvine Fullarton; Irvine Central; Irvine Broomlands; Irvine Bourtreehill; Fairlie and Rural; Dreghorn; Beith East and Rural; Arran; Ardrossan North West; Ardrossan Central.

South Ayrshire

In South Ayrshire, Castlehill and Kincaidston has the highest case rate with 335.2.

And the region's 16 suppressed zones include: Prestwick West; Prestwick East; Prestwick Airport and Monkton; Newton North; Muirhead; Maybole; Lochside, Braehead and Whitletts; Heathfield; Girvan Glendoune; Girvan Ailsa; Craigie; Carrick South; Barassie; Ayr North Harbour, Wallacetown and Newton South; Annbank, Mossblown and Tarbolton - the coalfields; and Alloway and Doonfoot.

Ayrshire COVID-19 daily summary...

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