Blackhall, Drylaw and Niddrie are among the areas to record high levels of coronavirus infection in Edinburgh in the past seven days.
The Inch, Corstophine North and Craiglockhart were also marked in red by Public Health Scotland, as neighbourhoods recording more than 100 positive cases per 100,000 of the population.
But there was good news for areas in Edinburgh with high student populations, including Newington, Marchmont and Merchiston that all saw numbers of new infections decrease.
According to the Scottish Government data, Stenhouse and Saughton Mains, Leith (Albert Street) and East Craigs South also had high levels of infections by population last week.
The figures come as Scotland received its first delivery of the new coronavirus vaccine.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman confirmed the arrival of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine yesterday ahead of its rollout from Tuesday.
She said the vaccine, which has to be kept at between minus 70C and minus 80C, is being stored before vaccinations begin next week.
Those giving out the vaccine, people aged over 80 and health and social care workers will be the first to receive it.
Scotland will receive 8.2% of the 800,000 doses – just over 65,500 – in the first delivery secured by the UK, with more expected in the weeks ahead.
Ms Freeman said: “I am pleased to announce that the vaccine is now in Scotland and being stored safely in order for vaccinations to begin on Tuesday.
“Science has given us hope and we are starting on a journey which will eventually allow us to escape this terrible virus.”
Here are ten areas in Edinburgh with a high rate of Covid cases in the past seven days:
Stenhouse and Saughton Mains
Leith (Albert Street)
East Craigs South
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