The Department of Health's daily update has recorded 14 positive Covid-19 cases in the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council area in the last 24 hours, bringing the total locally to 5,798.

The area remains the least affect out of all council areas in Northern Ireland in positive cases as well as deaths. There were no deaths recorded locally, however, two were recorded in the rest of Northern Ireland along with 113 positive cases.

It brings the death toll to 2,125 and positive cases total to 118,032.

The seven-day rate per 100,000 people in Fermanagh and Omagh remains stands at 16.3 but this is an increase on Thursday's figure of 7.7.

There were 19 positive cases in the past week. Out of those cases, one was aged 19 and under; nine were between the ages of 20 and 39 and seven were between 40 and 59 and one was aged between 60 and 79.

Locally, the BT93 area has continued to record zero Covid cases for the past seven days, from March 29-April 4; while BT74 had three, BT94 had one, and BT92 had six.

There are 24 Covid-19 in-patients across the Western Trust area, with nine in the South West Acute Hospital (SWAH).

There are 10 Covid patients in ICU across Northern Ireland, with nine of them ventilated. There are zero Covid ICU patients in SWAH.

The bed occupancy in Northern Ireland hospitals is at 102 per cent according to Friday's update with SWAH operating at 102.87 per cent of its bed capacity.

As of April 9, there were five confirmed Covid-19 outbreaks in care homes across Northern Ireland.