In the last seven days, people under 40 years of age have made up the majority of positive Covid-19 cases in Fermanagh and Omagh.

According to the daily update from the Department of Health, 63 people tested positive for the virus from April 20-26. 43 were aged 19 and under and 10 between 20 and 39. Six were aged between 40 and 59, three between 60 and 79 and one aged 80 and over.

The local Council area currently has the third-highest seven-day rate of positive cases in Northern Ireland at 53.9. Only Mid Ulster and Derry City and Strabane have a higher rate.

In the past 24 hours in Fermanagh and Omagh, there were eight new cases recorded but no deaths. The respective totals now stand at 5,906 and 85.

From April 19-25 two postal districts in Fermanagh recorded no positive Covid-19 cases according to the Department of Health.

BT93 and BT94 had no cases in that period while BT74 and BT92 recorded only one each.

In South West Acute Hospital (SWAH), there were eight Covid-19 inpatients while there is currently one Covid-19 patient in ICU at the hospital.

As of April 27, there were four confirmed Covid-19 outbreaks in care homes across NI.

Across Northern Ireland, 109 positive cases and no deaths were recorded bringing the totals to 119,894 and 2,143.