ANOTHER 320 cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in Northern Ireland.
The latest figures from the Department of Health mean that there have now been 11,629 positive cases in the region.
Northern Ireland’s death toll remains at 578.
In the last seven days, there have been 1,702 cases diagnosed, with 401 of those within the Derry/Strabane District Council area.
At the moment, there are 59 patients in Northern Ireland hospitals with Covid-19, eight of whom are in intensive care settings.
The hospitality sector in the North will be under a curfew from 11pm from this Thursday. Pubs, cafes and hotel bars will all be governed by the new measures. No alcohol will be served after 10.30pm and patrons will have to leave the premises by 11pm.Tags: