There were 13 positive cases of Covid-19 in the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council area in the last 24 hours.

It was lowest number of cases of any of the 11 council areas and brings the total to 5,503.

Fermanagh and Omagh continues to have the lowest seven day rate of positive Covid cases in Northern Ireland. 57 people have tested positive locally in the last week which is a rate of 48.8. This is compared to 63 positive cases from February 5-11 and a rate of 53.9.

Of these 57 cases 13 were aged 19 and under; 17 between 20 and 39; 21 aged between 40 and 59; three aged between 60 and 79 and three aged 80 and over.

From February 8-14 postal districts in Fermanagh have recorded low positive cases with BT92 having eight; BT74 had seven; BT94 had six and BT93 recorded four.

In terms of deaths, the Department of Health's Friday update reported five further deaths increasing the total to 2,026.

Fermanagh and Omagh recorded no deaths and the death toll remains at 82.

Impartial Reporter:

NISRA Statistics

The weekly statistics released by NISRA every Friday have shown 68 deaths involving Covid-19 occurred in the week February 6-12, 2021. The total number of Covid-19 related deaths that occurred up to February 12 has now reached 2,691.

The statistics also show that there have been 95 Covid death registered in Fermanagh and Omagh up until February 12.

This is an increase of three deaths from February 12 statistics and 13 more deaths than what the Department of Health have recorded.

Hospital admissions falling

There are currently 47 Covid inpatients in the Western Trust with 22 in SWAH, two fewer than Thursday's report. Across all hospitals in Northern Ireland there are 403 Covid inpatients compared to 418 on Thursday.

SWAH currently has no ICU Covid occupied bed. Across Northern Ireland there are 49 Covid ICU patients with 41 of them on ventilators.

In care homes, there are 47 active outbreaks as of February 19, a fall of 31 compared with the previous seven days. Out of the 78 outbreaks as of February 15, there have been 17 outbreaks in the Western Trust.

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