There have been a further 33 Covid-19 related deaths reported by the Department of Health across Northern Ireland since Friday.

The daily updates from the Department show 10 deaths were reported on Saturday, nine of Sunday and 14 today (Monday) and it brings the total death toll to 869.

In the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council area one further death was reported on Saturday, bringing the total in the area to 25.

There was also 1,314 positive tests over the same three days, from Saturday to Monday, in Northern Ireland with 91 of those in Fermanagh and Omagh. Across Northern Ireland the total number of positive individuals sits at 47,162 with 1,876 of those in this local Council area.

Breaking down positive cases by postcode in Fermanagh, from November 9-15, there were 18 cases in BT93; 88 cases in BT92; 53 positive cases in BT94; and 20 cases in BT74. 

BT92 has the third highest rate per 100k of population in Northern Ireland.

There have been 247 positive cases in the Council area in the last seven days compared to 154 in the previous week from November 2-8. Some 49 of those were aged 19 and under; 88 were aged between 20 and 39; 69 were aged between 40 and 59; 34 were aged between 60 and 79, and 7 were aged 80 and over.

The seven-day incident rate for positive cases per 100k people in Fermanagh and Omagh now stands at 211.4 per 100k, for the week of November 9-15 – the previous week’s rate stood at 131.8.

There are currently 68 in-patients across the Western Trust, with 18 of these in the South West Acute Hospital (SWAH). While there have been 30 admissions and 51 discharges in the past seven days in Western Trust hospitals.

Across the five Trusts, there are 427 in-patients in hospital with the virus. Some 45 people are on Covid ICU beds across Northern Ireland, none of those are in the SWAH. There are 37 Covid-19 patients on ventilators across Northern Ireland.

There are currently 154 confirmed nursing home outbreaks, with 3 suspected care home outbreaks across Northern Ireland.