An additional 14 Covid-19-related deaths and 2,695 new cases were reported by the Ministry of Health on Tuesday, taking into account the Easter period when the numbers were not updated.
The latest figures released on Tuesday have brought the total number of Covid-related deaths in Northern Ireland to 3,391 since the start of the pandemic.
A total of 702,464 people in Northern Ireland 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, 4115 people have tested positive.
19 COVID-related deaths have been recorded in NI in the last 7 days.
Currently, there are 367 Covid-19 patients admitted to Northern Ireland hospitals, and 85 have been admitted in the last 7 days.
The numbers show that a hospital in Northern Ireland operates with a capacity of 102% and currently has five people in the intensive care unit.
According to the latest figures, seven hospitals in Northern Ireland are currently over-operated.
Currently, there are 120 outbreaks in nursing homes.
As of noon on Tuesday, a total of 3,775,878 vaccines were administered in Northern Ireland.
The numbers indicate that 993,649 booster vaccines have also been produced so far.