The highest number of new cases in the past seven days was in the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon council area with 405, with 371 in Belfast and 310 in Mid Ulster.
State health officials confirmed another 1,480 COVID-19 cases on Monday, which is based on 62,852 new molecular tests, according to the Department of Public Health.
It comes after new figures showed Coronavirus case rates have fallen across almost 95% of local authorities in the UK.
Since last Friday the county's incidence rate, which had been declining, has increased from 303.8 cases per 100,000 people, to 330.2. The median age of those who died was 81 years and the age range was 42-105 years.
It now means there has now been a total of 3,980 Covid-19 related deaths in Ireland since the onset of the pandemic 11 months ago.
Henry also provided an update on the spread of coronavirus variants of concern in B.C. Officials have now confirmed 40 cases of the variant first identified in the United Kingdom, 19 of the variant first identified in South Africa and one of a lesser known variant from Nigeria.
Henry notes that the case numbers we see today reflect transmission that occurred weeks ago. Some 68% of these people are aged under 45, with the average age being 31.
The remaining 261 cases are spread across all other counties including the 19 new in Limerick, plus 20 in Cork, 17 in Tipperary, 15 in Clare and less than five in Co Kerry.
There are now no patients in hospital with COVID-19 in HPE. 51 additional hospitalisations were recorded in the past 24 hours.
On February 13, a total of 268,551 doses of the vaccine have been administered in Ireland.
This breaks down as 175,238 first doses and 89,999 second doses received.