Two flights from Sydney to Albury have emerged as having passengers onboard who have since tested posted to coronavirus.
The data includes all domestic flights travelling to, through or from a NSW airport including Albury as well as international flights.
NSW has the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases compared to other states with 1791.
Victoria is the next highest with 769 cases in the nationwide tally of 3893.
All travellers returning or arriving from overseas must self-isolate for 14 days.
The Albury local government area has the equal highest number of confirmed cases in the Murrumbidgee health district along with Federation.
The regional tally has grown by three in the last 24 hours with all cases diagnosed after travelling overseas or being in contact with a confirmed case.
One person remains in an Albury-Wodonga hospital.
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Wodonga recorded its first positive case of COVID-19 at the weekend, but further details about the case were unavailable from health authorities..
Towong also has one case and Benalla has two, but Moira has the most in the North East region with six.
Alpine is still to record a case.
Meanwhile, the jobs carnage continues with Albury Myer closing for a month.
The city's longest serving major retailer has a workforce of more than 70 people.
But they are among an overall tally of 10,000 employees nationwide being stood down without pay from on Sunday.
"The decision to temporarily close all Myer stores and stand down so many loyal and dedicated team members is one of the toughest decisions this company has faced in its 120 years of operation," Myer chief executive John King said.
"Our focus must remain on operating our business in a manner that protects the health and well-being of customers and team members, whilst supporting the government, and the communities in which we operate, in limiting the spread of COVID-19."
Staff completed their final shifts at the Albury store at 3.30pm.
About 20 shops in the Centrepoint complex excluding Myer have COVID-19 closure notifications in their windows.
The Cotton On clothing stores in Albury and Wodonga also temporarily closed on Sunday as part of a nationwide shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Meanwhile, churchgoers have found a unique way to get around bans on congregations.
Attendees at St Mary's church in Jindera gathered outside on Sunday morning.
A clergyman said they sat separately in their vehicles as a sermon was delivered inside, and relayed through a podcast.
"The police gave permission for people to sit in their cars," he said.
"There was no one in there but the priest.
"They never left their cars."
More than a dozen vehicles - including buses - could be seen outside the church.
"They had their phones with them so they could listen in their cars," said the clergyman, who declined to give his name.
"The police said it was fine.
"You're allowed to park in the car park at the supermarket, you can park outside the church."
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