398 Covid-19 tests have come back as negative across the weekend.
Chief Minister, Howard Quayle MHK, announced the figures during a briefing this morning which comes after government announced on New Years Eve an individual had tested positive for the virus after completing their self-isolation.
The individual visited six locations at certain times across December 23, December 24, December 26, December 28 and December 29 before they then started to contract symptoms.
Mr Quayle says more swabs are being completed today and over the next few days and has urged the public to remain vigilant.
Governnment has insisted whilst the risk of Covid-19 to the general public remains low, anyone who was at the locations the positive case visited at certain times - which are available on the 3FM News page - and goes on to develop Coronavirus symptoms, should self-isolate immediately and call the Covid 111 line.