Scotland’s and Inverclyde’s Covid-19 alert levels are to remain unchanged, with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon saying the government must follow a “cautious approach”.
Where each local authority area sits in the five-level system of measures is reviewed every Tuesday.
The First Minister said restrictions were “having an impact”, but that no changes would be made this week.
She said case numbers may be declining across Scotland, but it was important to “keep the virus at bay”.
A group of 11 council areas in the west of the central belt are to remain in level four – the top tier of curbs – until 11 December 2020.
Inverclyde is currently located as a Level Three area.