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Four counties have seen an increase in new cases over the past two weeks.

The latest county-by-county Covid-19 figures from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre, valid up to midnight on Sunday, July 12 have been released.

Dublin, Kildare, Cork and Sligo have seen the most new cases emerge over the last two weeks, data from the Department of Health shows.

Dublin saw the biggest rise, with 62 new infections reported, followed by Kildare with 27 new cases, followed by Cork with 12, and Sligo with 10.

Three counties however saw no increase in new cases over the same time period, those being Clare, Laois and Tipperary.

32 new cases of the virus were confirmed in the country last night, with no new deaths being reported.

Here’s the latest county-by-county breakdown of cases:

Carlow 176 – 0.7%
Cavan 865 – 3.4%
Clare 369 – 1.4%
Cork 1548  – 6%
Donegal 468 – 1.8%
Dublin 12312 – 48%
Galway 489 – 1.9%
Kerry 314 – 1.2%
Kildare 1514 – 5.9%
Kilkenny 356 – 1.4%
Laois 265 – 1%
Leitrim 82 – 0.3%
Limerick 589 – 2.3%
Longford 287 – 1.1%
Louth 787 – 3.1%
Mayo 573 – 2.2%
Meath 812 – 3.2%
Monaghan 539 – 2.1%
Offaly 486 – 1.9%
Roscommon 346 – 1.4%
Sligo 148 – 0.6%
Tipperary 543 – 2.1%
Waterford 165 – 0.6%
Westmeath 676 – 2.6%
Wexford 221 – 0.9%
Wicklow 708 – 2.8%