No further COVID-19 deaths reported in NI - 5 people now fighting for their lives in Intensive Care Units - another 4 people test positive for virus

No further deaths have been recorded by the Department of Health in the last 24 hours.

That means the death toll in Northern Ireland remains 541.

According to the latest dashboard there are now 5 people fighting for their lives in ICU.

Now 4752 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Northern Ireland - another 4 people within the last 24 hours.

This is how many people have tested positive for COVID-19 in your area -

ANTRIM AND NEWTOWNABBEY - 410

ARDS AND NORTH DOWN - 388

ARMAGH - 540

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BELFAST - 1322

CAUSEWAY COAST AND GLENS - 248

DERRY CITY AND STRABANE - 177

FERMANAGH AND OMAGH - 86

LISBURN AND CASTLEREAGH - 453

MID AND EAST ANTRIM - 332

MID ULSTER - 256

NEWRY, MOURNE AND DOWN - 291

NOT KNOWN - 349

Also according to the latest statistics there are now 55 confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks in NI Care Homes - and 27 suspected cases.

Meanwhile the UK recorded 36 new coronavirus-related deaths, the lowest daily total since lockdown began.

The overall UK death toll is 41,698

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