Coronavirus: full breakdown of the latest figures for Northern Ireland


The Department of Health has released the latest statistics on coronavirus in Northern Ireland.

Today, the statistics dashboard unfortunately confirms that 11 more people died from the coronavirus, bringing the total number of Covid-19 deaths to 376.

According to the latest figures, the Belfast Council area has the highest number of Covid-19 related deaths to date (117), followed by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon ​​with (41).

As it stands, Fermanagh and Omagh have recorded the least number of Covid-19 deaths (10).

When disaggregated by age group, 239 of the deaths from Covid-19 to date in the NI were aged 80 and over, 119 from 60 to 79, 16 from 40 to 59 and 1 from 20 to 39 years old.

52% of Covid-19 deaths in NI were men and 48% women.

With regard to the positive test for Covid-19, the current figures show that 827 positive cases are between 20 and 39 years of age, 1,090 between 40 and 59 years of age, 749 cases between 60 and 79 years of age and 938 positive cases between the ages of 80 and more.

The Belfast Council area has done the most tests to date (5,855), Fermanagh and Omagh having done the least (868).

There are currently 739 inpatients linked to Covid-19 in 19 hospitals in Northern Ireland.

Craigavon ​​Area Hospital currently has 152 Covid-19 inpatients, and another 144 are in Ulster.

Currently, 32 patients with Covid-19 or suspected of being positive for Covid-19 are in intensive care beds here, with 32 other intensive care beds available.


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