Another 10 people have died in Northern Ireland after testing positive for Covid-19.
The total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Northern Ireland is now 92, while across the UK 8,931 people have died, a rise of 953 since Thursday.
The Public Health Agency says 951 individuals have been tested in the past 24 hours.
A further 112 people have tested positive, bringing the total number of cases in NI to 1,589.
Northern Ireland's latest figures bring the total number of people tested for coronavirus to 11,006.
Belfast has the highest number of confirmed cases, with 514, followed by Lisburn and Castlereagh where there are 181.
The median age of those who have died after being diagnosed with Covid-19 in Northern Ireland is 81.
As the lockdown nears the end of its third week, the PSNI vowed to increase patrols and said officers were likely to impose spot fines on those breaking social distancing rules.
Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd told BBC News NI's Evening Extra programme three people were issued with fines on Friday for being "a long way from home with no good reason".
He said: "In cases we have found people who were shopping, but maybe 20 or 25 or 30 miles away from home having driven past many shops and many shopping centres and we've had to draw to their attention the necessity element of the restrictions."
On Friday, Gardaí (Irish police) set up more than 1,000 checkpoints across the Republic of Ireland in a bid to stop people travelling to holiday homes and coastal locations over the Easter weekend.
The number of confirmed Covid-19 related deaths in the Republic of Ireland is 288.