THE Department of Health has revealed that there has 220 new positive cases of Coronavirus in the North of Ireland in the last 24 hours.
But there have been no further deaths with its total, mostly in hospitals, at 577.
Since March of this year when the pandemic erupted, a total of 9.761 people have test positive in the North of Ireland.
In the last seven days 1.078 people have tested positive for COVID-19.
Over that same period, 184 people in the Derry City and Strabane District Council area have tested positive for the deadly virus.
That means that since March 546 people within the council boundary have contracted Coronavirus with 29 people losing their lives to the virus.
According to the Department of Health figures, 41 patients in hospitals here have been confirmed as COVID-19 positive, with six of those in intensive care.
There are 27 confirmed Coronavirus outbreaks in residential care homes with 198 COVID-19 closed outbreaks in care homes.
The Stormont Executive meets on Thursday to discuss if any further restrictions are needed to be put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 with this latest rise of 220 new cases.