Victoria Police says more local accommodation will be used as part of border controls where possible, but that need might soon be redundant.
The Border Mail has received multiple unconfirmed reports that an announcement about the removal of checkpoints could be coming this week.
Asked about offers from Wodonga providers to house police officers in town to staff checkpoints, a spokeswoman said VicPol does not comment on accommodation where members may be staying.
"Due to the high demand of accommodation in border communities over the summer period, there was not enough accommodation to house required Victoria Police members in some locations," she said.
"Victoria Police is in constant consultation with various proprietors in border communities and when there are opportunities to utilise more local accommodation we will do so."
The Bandiana military base has been utilised as accommodation since the December 21 border closure came into force.
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning personnel and volunteers are no longer supporting the police operation on the ground.
Local MPs and mayors have been pushing for the border closure to be lifted before school returns from the end of this week.
Benambra MP Bill Tilley said "the border checkpoint should have been gone by now".
"There has been one case of community transmission across the entire country in the last 10 days - what are we waiting for?" he said.
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"Victorians have become hostage to the tag line that this is all about the 'best medical advice'.
"Well I say show us the advice that saw the inexplicable escalation in border closures on New Year's Eve, the advice that has kept Victorians captive in their own state over the holidays and the advice that stopped others from returning home."