Thousands of people in Northern Ireland have tested positive for the virus Covid-19 every week.

Our graph shows a breakdown of the number of positive cases per region of the eleven councils in the country.

In the past seven days, from October 28 to November 3, 4,498 people tested positive for coronavirus. This is down from 6,389 in the previous seven days.

In total, 34,956 people have been tested across Northern Ireland in the past seven days.

We have created a graph to show how a number is Positive cases are divided according to the council regionThe largest number of positive cases occurs in the Belfast region and the lowest in Farmanagh and Umag.

Antrim and Newtownby: 279

Ards and North Down: 225

Armagh, Banbridge, and Craigaphone: 459

Belfast: 906

Causeway Coast and Glens: 306

Derry City and Straban: 452

Farmanagh & Umag: 187

Lisburn and Castlereagh: 385

Mid and East Antrim: 288

Mid-Ulster: 520

Newry, Morne, and Down: 336

Unknown: 155

The numbers can also be divided by age within each council area as shown in the diagram below. There were more positive cases in the 20-39 age group in the past seven days compared to the other age groups.

In all, there were 587 positive cases in those aged 0-19, 1,541 in those aged 20-39, 1,396 in those aged 40-59, and 655 in those aged between 40 and 59. Between 60-79 and 319 positive cases for those aged 80 and over.

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The numbers also show the rate per 100,000 positive cases per council region which are detailed below:

Antrim and Newtownby: 195.6

Ards and North Down: 139.9

Armagh, Banbridge and Craigapon: 214.8

Belfast: 265.5

The Causeway Coast and Glens: 212.1

Derry City and Strauban: 300.0

Farmanagh & Umag: 160.1

Lisburn and Castlereagh: 265.2

Mid and East Antrim: 207.8

Mid-Ulster: 352.5

Newry, Morne, and Down: 186.5