Hundreds of people attended Northern Ireland hospitals for treatment to their sunburn during the recent hot weather.
In total, 221 people received treatment after a heatwave that saw temperatures soar to 30C across the country, the BBC reported.
Overall, June 2018 was recorded as much warmer than average, drier than average and with higher than average number of hours of strong sunshine.
A hosepipe ban, in place since the end of June ended on Thursday.
Belfast Trust saw the highest number of patients needing treatment for their sunburn with 69 people attending hospitals in the area
Elsewhere, 45 people attended Southern Trust hospitals, 38 Western Trust, 37 in South Eastern Trust and 32 in the Northern Trust.
The Health and Social Care Board have asked people to remember that emergency and 999 services are only for life-threatening and serious conditions.
The Public Health Agency issued widespread warnings to take care in the sun. Being badly sunburned increases the risk of skin cancer.
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