Albury Wodonga Health has confirmed one NSW resident returned a positive result to COVID-19 late on Friday after being tested at their clinic, but no further positive results were returned at the weekend.
Berrigan has recorded its first case, but it is unclear where that resident was tested.
The total number of positive results for those tested for COVID-19 at the Albury Wodonga Health clinic is now at 10.
One patient remains as an inpatient at Albury Wodonga Health in a stable condition.
The other nine patients are in self-isolation at home.
The cases identified by DHHS in the Wodonga and Towong local government areas at the weekend were not tested at the Albury Wodonga Health clinic.
They are being managed by DHHS and are not inpatients with Albury Wodonga Health, pandemic response director Sally Squire said.
"Those patients who are being managed at home have the ongoing support of their GP and a daily check-up with local health services, whether in NSW or Victoria," she said.
"Public health authorities in both states are working with all new cases to determine their movements and supervise their self-isolation."
The Albury Wodonga Clinic has conducted 1798 screening calls to date.
There have been 508 patients who have been tested.
As of Sunday night, Northeast Health Wangaratta had taken 533 screening calls and tested 243 people.
The Wodonga and Towong cases confirmed on Sunday were also not tested by Northeast Health Wangaratta.
On the NSW side of the border, there are six cases in Albury, six in Federation, one in Berrigan and two in Greater Hume in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District.
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MLHD has 31 confirmed cases across the health district, and the majority of the cases notified were diagnosed after travelling overseas or being in contact with a confirmed case.
There are currently three cases who are more unwell and have been admitted to an appropriate local hospital.
New testing clinics have opened at Cootamundra, Deniliquin and Tumut.
This is in addition to the clinics already established in Wagga and Griffith and brings the total number of clinics in the district to five.
The District anticipates increased demand for COVID-19 testing due to changes in the testing criteria, and the three additional clinics will provide additional capacity.
In addition, due to the current travel restrictions, the District seeks to minimise the distances that the community need to travel to access testing.
Only people who have an appointment should attend the clinic.
COVID-19 Numbers to know:
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
- Call the free-call coronavirus hotline 1800 022 222 and receive advise on the best course of action depending on their symptoms and risks. Medical staff will direct people to the nearest hospital or respiratory clinic, or advise them to stay home
- Call the Murrumbidgee COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 831 099 for assessment (7.00 am - 11.00 pm)
Albury Wodonga Health
- You can also call the coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 675 398. The line operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Contact your GP or Albury Wodonga Health on (02) 6058 4444 for assessment and testing.
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