NHS Dumfries & Galloway has said there has been an increase in coronavirus cases in the area.

In a statement on Wednesday it said there were an additional 97 new cases identified in the week ending November 8, up from 93 in the week before.

This has also resulted in a rise of people advised to self-isolate, up from 302 to 357.

A total of 3298 covid-19 tests were carried out in the week ending November 8 - an increase from 3274 in the preceding week.

A spokeswoman for the organisation said: "Cases are present right across all four locality areas in Dumfries and Galloway – in Annandale and Eskdale, Nithsdale, Stewartry and Wigtownshire."

"In addition, there is evidence of community transmission, and evidence that people identified as close contacts of cases are developing covid-19."