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Ballymoney
Friday, April 23, 2021

3rd N.I. COVID-19 death
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A third death in Northern Ireland as a result of COVID-19 has been confirmed.

The patient was in their sixty with underlying heath issues.

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Health Minister Robin Swann said:

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“My heart goes out to the loved ones of this patient.

“This is the third tragic announcement of this kind I have had to make in recent days.

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“The lethal threat from this virus is very real and we all have to do everything we can to combat it.”

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