UPDATE: A third family member has tested positive to COVID-19 in Albury.
NSW Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant confirmed the third positive result in this morning's press conference, but the case has not yet been added to the state's tally.
She praised how many border residents had undergone testing.
"Get tested even if you have the minimum of symptoms," she said.
EARLIER: The mobile pop-up coronavirus clinic in Lavington will continue to operate for the coming weeks.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District said the Mirambeena Community Centre clinic will continue operating 12 hours a day, after two people were confirmed to have the virus in the Albury area.
"Following further testing, two suspected cases of COVID-19 in Albury Local Government Area reported on Monday, July 6 have been confirmed as positive," the MLHD statement said.
"The total number of positive cases recorded in Murrumbidgee Local Health District is now 47.
"More people are presenting for testing, with 663 people tested yesterday."
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One of the two confirmed cases was interstate acquired, the other case locally acquired.
The two people are of the same family and are isolating in their home with support from their treating physician.
"Contact tracing identified close contacts, who have all been tested and are in self isolation," the statement said.
The Lavington clinic was set up on Tuesday has already tested more than 350 people.
Walk-ins are welcome or an appointment can be made by calling the hotline 1800 831 099.
Anyone with the mildest symptoms such as sore throat, cough, fever, shortness of breath should be tested.