The Department of Health's been notified of 83 additional deaths over the past week, while 20.909 new cases have been confirmed.
Members of the National Public Health Emergency Team confirmed today that more than 97 percent of new cases are the Omicron variant.
The total number of deaths related to Covid-19 now stands at 6,035 since the start of the pandemic.
Today in hospitals there were 1,055 patients, which is a fall for the second day in a row.
NPHET confirmed that 30 percent of admissions to hospitals related to Covid are now incidental, which means the primary reason for the admission isn't because of the virus.
97 percent of new cases are now estimated to be Omicron.
However, PCR tests is the best way to track the prevalence of variants - but later this week 4 to 39-year-olds won't need a PCR test after getting a positive antigen test, which means it may be more difficult to track strains.
ICU admissions related to Covid per day have increased recently from six to eight, however, more time is needed to study the trend.