COVID-19 related deaths in NI rise to 526 - another 4 people test positive for coronavirus - find out how many people are living with the illness in your area

The death toll of people with coronavirus has risen to 526 after another two people with the virus died in the last 24 hours.

By Gemma Murray
Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, 2:47 pm

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.

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

A Covid-19 testing facility

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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