THOSE living in the southern Riverina are more susceptible to coronavirus than inhabitants of North East Victoria, data shows.
The table is based on disease links such as obesity, age, diabetes, cancer rates and lung and heart problems in populations of each area.
The 2640 postcode, which contains Albury and Thurgoona, had a rating of 64, while Lavington scored 72 and Wodonga had 45.
Finity lead researcher Aaron Cutter said the data relied on census and other Bureau of Statistics figures and was the table had two key aims.
"It will allow those in the community to understand a bit more about the risk for their own benefit and the more relevant use is we're hoping to get the attention of policymakers," he said.
"The federal Department of Health have reached out to us and we've provided them with the more granular maps and information and they're looking at that helping with opening up the economy for social distancing."
Postcodes with the region's highest scores are Tocumwal (99), Urana (99), Henty (98), Berrigan (96), Corowa (96) and Howlong (96).
Across the Murray River from Corowa, Wahgunyah had 16 and Rutherglen 18.
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Other low Victorian tallies were Yackandandah 13 and Huon 10, however Corryong scored 88, Wangaratta 81 and Myrtleford 73.
Federation Shire mayor Pat Bourke suggested Corowa had a much higher mark than Wahgunyah because it had a greater aged cohort who were drawn there because of the medical services such as the hospital.
He also noted much of the shire consisted of farmers who "would have lower susceptibility because...they're naturally social distancing every day of the week".
Indigo Shire mayor Jenny O'Connor was the findings were unsurprising.
"Of course where people have poorer health they will be more affected if you have an outbreak of coronavirus," she said.