There are currently no patients with coronavirus treated in intensive care units in Northern Ireland, said the Department of Health.
Yesterday afternoon, Sunday June 28, the Department of Health in Northern Ireland released figures for the past 24 hours and reported that one person had unfortunately died from the virus and that only one new case had been identified.
This brings the total number of cases identified in the six northern counties to 5,751, with 550 confirmed dead from the virus – 327 in hospitals, 187 in retirement or care homes, 21 in the community and another 15 unregistered , according to new data released by the Ministry of Health.
The new report shows promising signs that the virus is losing its grip, thanks to people adhering to measures such as social distancing, and reported that no patient was being treated in the ICU.
According to the report, only 19 people are receiving hospital treatment for the virus, at 18 hospital sites in Northern Ireland, and more than 1,400 people have been released after recovering from Covid-19.
108,914 people have been tested for the virus throughout Northern Ireland since the start of the pandemic.
The six northern counties have previously recorded several days without new cases of coronavirus, as well as several days without death, which suggests that it is on track to eradicate the disease.