Covid-19: No coronavirus-related deaths announced

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BBC News NI outlines the latest data on coronavirus and vaccinations across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

No Covid-19-related deaths were recorded in Northern Ireland on Monday, meaning the total number of deaths remains 2,146.

Another 64 people have tested positive for coronavirus.

That takes the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Northern Ireland since the pandemic began to 120,418.

The Department of Health's Covid-19 statistics dashboard is not updated at weekends or public holidays.

The most recent information, published on Friday afternoon, showed that 60 people with Covid-19 were in hospitals in Northern Ireland.

Eight of those patients were in intensive care units and four were being ventilated.

Last updated 3 May at 14:45 BST

Vaccines

A total of 926,797 people in Northern Ireland have received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 414,884 have received two doses.

The total number of vaccines administered in Northern Ireland is 1,341,681.

Last updated 30 April at 14.15 BST

Source: Department of Health Northern Ireland

No Covid-19-related deaths were recorded in the Republic of Ireland on Monday, meaning the country's death toll remains 4,906.

Another 453 people have tested positive for coronavirus.

That takes the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the Republic of Ireland since the pandemic began to 250,290.

There are 127 people with Covid-19 in hospitals in the Republic of Ireland - 41 of them are in intensive care.

Last updated on 3 May at 16:30 local time

Vaccines

As of 1 May, 1,146,562 people in the Republic of Ireland had received one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, while 445,326 people have received two doses.

The total number of vaccines administered in the Republic of Ireland is 1,591,888.

Last updated on 3 May at 16:40 local time

Source: Department of Health Ireland