Covid-19: NI records 87 new cases and no more deaths
No coronavirus-linked deaths were reported on Monday, meaning the total remains 2,155.
No coronavirus-related deaths have been recorded within the 24-hour reporting period up to Monday morning.The total number of deaths linked to Covid-19 in Northern Ireland since the start of the pandemic is 2,155.Another 87 people have tested positive for coronavirus.
That means a total of 123,866 people in Northern Ireland have had a confirmed diagnosis since the pandemic began.Last updated 14 June at 14:30 BSTSource: Department of Health Northern IrelandVaccinesA total of 1,865,9635 vaccines have been administered.
A total of 1,114,098 individuals have received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 751,537 have received two.Last updated 14 June at 14:30 BSTSource: Department of Health Northern IrelandNo coronavirus-related deaths were recorded on Sunday.The total number of deaths linked to Covid-19 in the Republic of Ireland since the start of the pandemic is 4,941. headtopics.com
Another 315 people have tested positive for coronavirus.Sixty-two people with Covid-19 are being treated in hospitals - 22 of those people are in intensive care units.Last updated 13 June at 16:15.Source: Department of Health IrelandVaccinesVaccination statistics in the Republic of Ireland have been disrupted
due to the cyber attack on the IT system used by the country's health service.The World Health Organization (WHO) said that as of 30 May a total of 2,387,348 vaccine doses were administered in the Republic of Ireland.Last updated: 6 June at 14:15.Read more: BBC Health News »
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Covid-19: NI records 70 new cases and no further deathsNo new coronavirus-linked deaths were reported on Sunday, which keeps the total at 2,155.
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