Hospitals. Trust Chief Executive Shane Devlin said: “On behalf of all our staff, we pass on our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of patients who have passed away. Areas affected include parts of Armagh city, Keady, Killylea and Markethill. BAFTA-winning Ambulance is back with brand-new episodes, Two more patients died at Craigavon Hospital's haematology ward after four died on the same ward almost two weeks ago, All visiting at the trust's hospitals has been suspended, Health Minister Robin Swann announced an investigation into the deaths earlier this month, Craigavon: Fourth Covid-19 hospital death, Craigavon Area Hospital: Third Covid-19 outbreak confirmed, 21 Covid-19 cases at Craigavon Hospital confirmed,, a similar investigation into the Craigavon outbreak, More than 100 Southern Trust staff unable to work, were confirmed to have the virus in a cluster, suspended visiting at all of its hospitals and other facilities. The Northern Trust’s Day Opportunities Programme, with the Department for Social Development and the Association for Independent Volunteer Centres, has developed partnerships with Volunteering Providers across the Trust to match and maintain adults with learning disabilities in volunteering opportunities. One of the deaths occurred in the past 24 hours, while another was previously unreported. Jobs include Admin, Estates, IT, Management, Medical, Dental, Nursing, Midwifery, AHP, Social Care, NHS Jobs N Ireland… Video: UTV Correspondent Sharon O'Neill reports. By using this site, you agree we can set and use cookies. What happens to your body in extreme heat? What will happen if children catch coronavirus? In Northern Ireland's care homes there are currently 27 active outbreaks of the virus. Only birthing partners and people visiting terminal patients will be allowed to see loved ones. The Senate Republican leader weighed in a day after President Trump cast doubt on the matter. The trust is suspending visits from 6pm today. "While workers are now being tested, this cannot happen again. Four patients there who were infected with the virus died in that time. 'Barbaric' Covid ban: I'd be better off giving birth in a bar, says mother-to-be, Almost 10% of Northern Ireland children were kept at home as pupils returned to schools, Reopening of alcohol-only pubs hailed as a 'vital lifeline' but fears some venues will remain shut due to regulations, Virologist warns house parties are perfect place to spread virus amongst university students, NI Department of Health death toll rises to 575. The hospital which offers care to people with a learning disability, was the first of its kind in Northern Ireland. It comes after the Department of Health confirmed that another two people have died as a result of Covid-19 in Northern Ireland. At Daisy Hill, 21 staff from the male medical ward have also tested positive while another 67 staff contacts are off work and self-isolating. These are external links and will open in a new window. Sections, Dozens of staff at Craigavon Area Hospital are self-isolating, An emergency department nurse (Michael Cooper/PA), Gareth Cross Twitter The Southern Trust has confirmed that two more patients from the haematology ward at Craigavon Hospital have died, after four patients died on the same ward two weeks ago. DUP MLA Pam Cameron, the deputy chair of Stormont's health committee, said the deaths are both "concerning and distressing".