The death toll includes 271 men and 254 women.
To date 351 people aged 80-years and older have died with coronavirus, 150 people aged 60-79 years, 23 people aged 40-59 years and two others.
In the last 24 hours another 4 people tested positive for COVID-19.
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Now six people are being treated in ICU with the virus.
This is how many people have tested positive for COVID-19 in your area:
BELFAST - 1310
ARMAGH - 533
LISBURN AND CASTLEREAGH - 439
ANTRIM AND NEWTOWNABBEY - 407
ARDS AND NORTH DOWN - 353
NOT KNOWN - 342
MID AND EAST ANTRIM - 325
NEWRY, MOURNE AND DOWN - 288
MID ULSTER - 250
CAUSEWAY COAST AND GLENS - 243
DERRY CITY AND STRABANE - 160
FERMANAGH AND OMAGH - 82
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