There have been 11 more deaths attributed to Covid-19 in Northern Ireland.
The total number of deaths now stands at 376.
The news comes after repeated messages not to become complacent.
On Friday, Health Minister Robin Swann said Northern Ireland’s Primary Care Covid Centres are playing a vital role in the fight against Covid-19.
The 10 centres were rapidly established in each Trust area to help manage the increase in Coronavirus cases in the community by allowing patients to be assessed and treated by a GP, but separately from patients who do not have Covid symptoms, thus reducing the risk of infection.
The latest figures show that during the peak of the pandemic, the GP-led Covid Centres were dealing with just under 1,000 patients a week.