Sat. Jan 29th, 2022

The Department of Health has reported over 9,000 brand-new coronavirus cases in Northern Ireland today.

Over the last seven days, from July 19 to July 25, a total of 9,242 cases of the virus have actually been detected.

13 postal codes across the region taped more than 200 brand-new Covid-19 cases.

The 10 postal codes hardest hit by the virus today are:

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BT34 – Kilkeel and Warrenpoint – 461 cases, 2,534 checked BT48 – Culmore – 380 cases, 1,923 checked BT47 – Dungiven – 348 cases, 2,002 tested BT13 – Ballygomartin – 320 cases, 1,373 evaluated BT14 – Ballysillan – 319 cases, 1,480 checked BT12 – Falls Road – 306 cases, 1,375 checked BT23 – Comber – 269 cases, 1,991 tested BT5 – Braniel – 265 cases, 1,671 tested BT36 – Newtownabbey – 247 cases, 1,686 evaluated BT35 – Newry – 235 cases, 1,301 evaluated

Extra ICU beds are being made readily available in Belfast as healthcare facilities battle to cope with a surge in Covid-19 admissions.

The Executive likewise concurred, on Monday, to a series of brand-new relaxations on Covid limitations.

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Stormont ministers have actually likewise raised the number limit for gatherings in indoor domestic settings from 6 to 10 individuals, from no greater than 3 families.

On Monday, the Belfast Trust said it had 100 Covid-19 inpatients across its hospitals.

Theatres and auditorium are to be enabled to reopen in Northern Ireland as part of the most current announcement.

Six beds for Belfast Trust clients are being put in place at Belfast City Hospital due to capability concerns at the Royal Victoria and Mater medical facilities.

For a complete list of modifications to restrictions click on this link.

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