The latest case was confirmed publicly yesterday.
It again involved a returning traveller who followed the self-isolation requirements when they came back to the Bailiwick.
The other current case was confirmed on a day seven swab from a person who had travelled to the island from the UK.
They had also gone straight into compulsory isolation on returning.
The first case in 130 days, again a returning traveller, was confirmed as recovered late last week.
In the UK the health secretary, Matt Hancock, has warned that it is at a ‘tipping point’ nationally.
New coronavirus restrictions on London could be introduced in the coming days.
‘We face a choice. If everybody follows the rules – and we’ll be increasingly stringent on the people who are not following the rules – then we can avoid further national lockdowns.
‘But we of course have to be prepared to take action if that it what is necessary.
‘I don’t rule it out; I don’t want to see it.’
The UK government has announced fines of up to £10,000 for people who fail to comply with a request to self-isolate, and a £500 lump sum for low-paid workers who need to stay at home.
Daily cases were 3,899 nationally yesterday, up 569 from the week before and showing a continuing upward trend.
New England-wide measures could be announced as early as tomorrow.