A Katherine man with COVID-19 has stabilised in ICU with the NT recording zero new cases for the second day in a row.
According to a statement from NT Health released on Sunday, a man in his 50s from Katherine who was taken to the ICU in the Royal Darwin Hospital the day before is in a stable condition.
There were zero new cases recorded in the NT on Sunday for the second day in a row.
"More than 1690 COVID-19 tests were processed across the NT yesterday," the statement reads.
"It is critical that anyone in the Territory who has symptoms get tested for COVID-19 immediately to help prevent the spread of the virus."
Katherine remains on track to be released from lockout on Tuesday, according to NT Health.
Another COVID update is set to be provided later this morning.
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