From Saturday until Monday, the Department of Health reported no Covid-19 related deaths in the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council area, with the figure remaing static at 57.

However, positive cases within the council area remain high with 215 recorded by the department, bringing the total number to 4,551.

Across Northern Ireland from Saturday's report to today, 3,313 people tested positive while 42 deaths related to Covid were reported. There has now been 89,459 positive tests with 1,476 deaths.

The number of positive cases in the last seven days was 9,591 compared to 12,629 for the previous seven days.

Breaking down Fermanagh by postal district from January 4-10, 2021 shows positive cases in BT92 had 90, BT74 had 86, BT94 had 58 positive cases and BT93 has 55 positive cases.

Fermanagh and Omagh currently has a seven day per 100k rate of 451.9. The number of positive cases in the district in the past seven days is 528 compared to 725 from December 28 to January 3.

52 were aged 19 and under; 195 between 20 and 39; 150 between 40 and 59; 85 between 60 and 79 and 46 aged 80 and over.

There are currently 88 Covid-19 in-patients in the Western Trust, with 28 of those at the SWAH. There have been 58 admissions and 63 discharges in the past seven days.

Across the Trusts, there are currently 736 Covid in-patients. The number of ICU Covid-occupied beds stands at 52 with one of those at the SWAH. 37 Covid patients are currently on ventilators.

After the pressures faced by the Healt Trust over the weekend, bed capacity is currently at 97 per cent.

Confirmed care home outbreaks are currently at 150 with 23 outbreaks across 71 homes in the Western Trust. The Western Trust has the largest proportion of care homes with an outbreak in that region with 32 per cent.