There is "no further risk" to the Border community from three people within the same Albury household who contracted COVID-19.
Two suspected cases of the virus were confirmed on July 9, with the source of transmission being a visit to Melbourne, and a third family member tested positive soon after.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District public health director Tracey Oakman said the three confirmed cases in Albury continue to be cared for by their treating physician and had not required hospitalisation.
"The close contacts identified through contact tracing have completed their 14 days of isolation," she said.
"No further cases of COVID-19 have occurred from contact with the confirmed cases and no further risk remains."
While a pop-up testing clinic continues each day at Albury Showground, no community transmission has been detected due to the family, or the traveller who visited Cafe Borellas on June 30.
"Over 2000 tests have been completed since July 6 and no new cases have been detected," Ms Oakman said.
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"The time between when a person is first exposed to the virus and when symptoms appear is typically five to six days, but may range from two to 14 days."
Anyone with even the mildest symptoms - sore or scratchy throat, fever, shortness of breath - should come forward for testing.
Call the Murrumbidgee COVID-19 Hotline: 1800 831 099.