There have been two deaths and 71 new cases of Covid-19 diagnosed in Northern Ireland, the Department of Health has confirmed.
t brings to 7,365 the total number of positive cases. The death toll is now 562.
There are currently 20 patients in Northern Ireland hospitals with the virus, with three in intensive care.
The latest figures come as the Northern Ireland Executive is facing pressure to reconsider quarantine rules for Greece after Scotland and Wales introduced new measures over concerns about rising coronavirus cases.
The Scottish Government announced on Tuesday evening that travellers from Greece would have to self-isolate for 14 days from Thursday, while Wales also began asking arrivals from the island of Zante to begin the period of quarantine.
First Minister Arlene Foster said the executive will be briefed on updated quarantine measures but said that travel “is not a factor in community transmission in Northern Ireland”.
“We will keep it under review and be led by the experts. For the UK as a whole, it is good that we move together as people come into the UK from further afield and then travel throughout the UK so it is important that we get that information,” Mrs Foster told BBC Radio Ulster.
Mrs Foster also called for the furlough scheme to be extended saying that “more needs to be done.”
She added that Northern Ireland’s aerospace sector also needs more help and called on the UK government “to intervene and help.”
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