That's it for another night - thank you for taking the time to follow along with us.
Here are some of the things you might have missed today:
- Questions remain about exactly how unified the DUP and Sinn Féin are on certain aspects of the coronavirus strategy, but they presented a unified front at this afternoon's press briefing
- Some prisoners are set to be released from Northern Ireland's prisons early as part of efforts to deal with the coronavirus - currently, around 20% of NI's prison officers are off duty due to the pandemic
- New coronavirus assessment centres have opened in Belfast, Dungannon and Banbridge
- A senior doctor in charge of one of NI's busiest emergency departments has said the public can "be heroes, and save lives” by following restrictions
- The Department for Communities published measures aimed at helping to keep people unable to pay their rent in their homes
We will back with you again from 8:00 BST tomorrow on the BBC News NI website, with live updates on the coronavirus crisis throughout the day.