Nine postcodes in Northern Ireland have recorded no Covid-19 cases in the last seven days, according to the Department of Health.
Data released on Tuesday by the Department shows 65 postcodes reported 10 or less positive cases of the virus between April 27 and May 3.
The Department today reported no further deaths related to coronavirus in Northern Ireland and a daily rise in positive cases by 83.
Postcodes reporting no new Covid-19 cases:
- BT2 – Belfast City Centre (Linenhall Street, Joy Street, Adelaide Street)
- BT3 – Belfast docks area
- BT31 – Castlewellan, Ballyward and Drumaroad
- BT55 – Garrylaben
- BT57 – Bushmills
- BT64 – Rushmere
- BT69 – Aughnacloy and Carnteel
- BT76 – Clogher
- BT92 – Lisnaskea
The full postcode details can be found here.
Meanwhile on Friday, further restrictions eased across Northern Ireland.
Non-essential retail and outdoor restaurants and pubs reopened for the first time in months however today, Hospitality Ulster has called on the Executive to bring forward the dates for the indoor reopening of the sector.
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Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster, said that due to high immunity levels, low prevalence levels and strong vaccine efficacy, the Executive should have “increased confidence” in pressing ahead with indoor hospitality reopening.
As it stands, May 24 is the indicative date set by the Executive for indoor hospitality’s reopening. Hospitality Ulster has not specified an earlier date for when they think indoor hospitality should be reopened.
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