In the last 24 hours, 5 more deaths and 983 new cases related to Covid-19 have been reported by the Ministry of Health.
The latest figures released on Friday show the total number of Covid-related deaths in Northern Ireland since the start of the pandemic at 3,358.
In Northern Ireland, a total of 965,408 people were positive for the virus.
The NI rule, which came into force on January 5, eliminates the need for PCR for those who test positive for lateriometry.
In the last 7 days, 7,186 people have been positive, down from 9,620 in the previous week.
NI has recorded 23 Covid-related deaths in the last 7 days. This is down from 32 last week.
Currently, there are 478 Covid-19 patients in Northern Ireland hospitals, 209 in the last 7 days, down from the 265 recorded last week.
The figures show that five people are currently in intensive care and the Northern Ireland hospital operates with a capacity of 106%.
According to the latest figures, nine hospitals in Northern Ireland are currently over-operated.
Currently, there are 139 outbreaks in nursing homes.
As of noon on Friday, Northern Ireland had received a total of 3,764,307 vaccines.
The numbers show that 985,703 booster vaccines have also been produced so far.
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