No new Covid-19 cases; ‘too soon to speculate’ about alert level change published this video item, entitled “No new Covid-19 cases; ‘too soon to speculate’ about alert level change” – below is their description.

There are no new Covid-19 cases in the community – the Government says it will be going deep into Wednesday before making a call on the status of the country’s alert levels.


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