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Coronavirus: 4 more deaths in NI

Coronavirus: 4 more deaths in NI
Image copyright PA Media Image caption New figures from the Department Of Health show the number of people with a positive laboratory completed test is now 4,078 Four more people diagnosed with coronavirus have died in Northern Ireland.That bring the total number of Covid-19 related deaths to 430, according to Department of Health figures.New figures…

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Brand-new figures from the Department Of Health show the number of people with a positive lab finished test is now 4,078

4 more people detected with coronavirus have actually passed away in Northern Ireland.

That bring the overall number of Covid-19 related deaths to 430, according to Department of Health figures.

New figures from the department show the number of individuals with a favorable lab finished test is now 4,078

The overall number of laboratory finished tests is 37,764

The department said on Saturday there are 646 thought Covid-19 clients in medical facility, with 4,425 having actually been discharged.

These figures are among 2 sets published in Northern Ireland.

The other are weekly data from Northern Ireland’s Data and Research Agency (Nisra) which cover all casualties where coronavirus has been tape-recorded on the death certificate.

Figures launched by Northern Ireland’s Data Agency (Nisra) on Friday showed there have been 516 coronavirus-related deaths taped overall in NI – consisting of 232 in care homes, and four in hospices.

Official statistics on Friday revealed that, for a 2nd week, there were more deaths in care houses (71) than medical facilities (39).

In the Republic of Ireland on Saturday, health authorities announced a further 18 deaths linked to Covid-19

A further 346 coronavirus deaths have been tape-recorded in the UK, taking the total to 31,587

In other developments on Saturday:

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