Data released on Monday May 10 by the ministry shows that 64 postal codes reported 10 or less positive cases of the virus between May 3 and May 9.
In the past 24 hours, there have been 76 new cases of the coronavirus and no further deaths have been reported.
Postal codes reporting no new Covid-19 cases:
- BT1 – Belfast City Center (City Hall and North)
- BT2 – Centre-ville de Belfast (Linenhall Street, Joy Street, Adelaide Street)
- BT3 – Belfast Docks District
- BT19 – Bangor (off Ring Road), Crawfordsburn, Groomsport, Helens Bay
- BT21 – Donaghadee
- BT22 – Newtownards à Portaferry
- BT30 – Downpatrick and the surrounding area
- BT68 – Caledon, Minterburn
- BT75 – Fivemiletown, Clabby
- BT76 – Clogher
- BT77 – Augher
Full zip code details can be found here.
It comes as the executive is due to meet later this week to discuss the possible lifting of new restrictions on Covid-19.
The Department of Health today launched a new information campaign to help boost vaccine deployment in Northern Ireland.
With the message “Every vaccination brings us closer, together”, and was timed to start around the time the youngest can receive the vaccine to provide them with additional encouragement.
Welcoming the new campaign, Health Minister Robin Swann said: “Our vaccination program has already saved many lives, protected our loved ones and reduced infection rates to such an extent that we can see normalcy on the horizon.
“However, as we start to see the restrictions ease, this is exactly the time when we need to make sure that we don’t see a slowdown in our rates of vaccine use.
“Vaccines help us get back to doing the things we missed – they protect you and those around you.
“This new campaign is a poignant reminder of some of the things we should look forward to as a society.”