No further coronavirus deaths recorded in Northern Ireland

There have been no further coronavirus deaths recorded in Monday's latest Department of Health figures.

No further coronavirus deaths have been recorded by the Department of Health in the past 24 hours.

At the weekend there were no deaths recorded on Sunday, two were reported on Saturday. The death toll reported by the Department of Health, which is mainly hospital deaths, remains at 541.

The latest update shows four more individuals have tested positive for Covid-19 bringing the total number of positive cases recorded in Northern Ireland to 4,852.

From Monday, the dashboard also gives a breakdown of the number of Covid-19 patients who are on a ventilator and Covid-19 vs non-Covid-19 patients in general bed occupancy.

There are currently 318 Covid-19 occupied beds and 2,451 other occupied beds.

There are five Covid-19 patients in intensive care, and four are ventilated.

There are currently 55 outbreaks at care homes, 27 suspected outbreaks and 90 closed cases.

On Friday, the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (Nisra) published its latest figures which includes all fatalities where Covid-19 is mentioned on a death certificate.

It had recorded 779 deaths by 5 June.