First Minister Arlene Foster has confirmed that the coronavirus lockdown restrictions will be in place in Northern Ireland for at least another three weeks.
Mrs Foster said that the restrictions would be reviewed every three weeks until they are lifted.
Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill said "our biggest danger is complacency" and urged people to follow health and safety advice.
It comes after it was announced that a further six patients in Northern Ireland died in hospital after contracting coronavirus, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths in the province to 140.
The Public Health Agency said a further 121 cases of the virus have been confirmed in Northern Ireland.
This brings the total number of cases to 2,088.
So far 13,672 people have been tested for Covid-19.
Here's how Wednesday unfolded: