In the first three weeks of September, the number of positive test cases in the city dropped by 60%.
As Nicola Sturgeon is the latest update on efforts to stem the spread of epidemics and code, the latest seven-day figures show that Glasgow City recorded 2,671 new positive cases in the week leading up to September 24. gone.
That’s a shortfall of about 4,000 cases since the beginning of the month.
In the week ended September 3, 6,655 new positive cases were recorded.
This week, more than 400 cases were recorded in a population of 100,000, except for two areas of the city.
The first minister will give the latest update on Holyroad this afternoon, as vaccination appointments will be issued to children between the ages of 12 and 15 this week.
Overall, the numbers in Glasgow, falling dramatically, are still high.
There are 73 areas where the rate is above 400 per 100,000 population, up from 948 per 100,000 in Rochazi, with 54 new cases a week, up to 406 per 100,000 in Keith Cart with 22 new cases.
There are seven areas in the city where the number of cases has dropped from 200 to 100,000.
The lowest areas are Mount Vernon and Sandy Hills with 141 cases per 100,000 which were only five new positive cases.
Also less than 200 per 100,000 people were at Denston, Battlefield, Central Easter House, Abrox East and Cessna, Alexandra Parade and Langside.
Across Scotland In the last seven days, the number of cases dropped from 43,783 to 3 September.