Two new cases of Covid-19 were reported today, while the government dumped hundreds of documents related to the virus.
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One of two new cases of Covid-19 confirmed today was a nurse who has been caring for St Margaret's cluster patients.
Director of Public Health Caroline McElnay said today's two new Covid cases takes the combined total of confirmed and probable cases to 1490.
There were no new deaths recorded today.
Meanwhile, the government released more than 300 documents - some dozens of pages long - which are now available to read on the government's official Covid-19 website.
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