Exposure sites linked to a positive case of COVID-19 have emerged in the Riverina.
Murrumbidgeee Local Health District confirmed on Saturday two drivers stopped at a number of locations in the area while potentially infectious on Wednesday.
Anyone who was at Wagga Trucks in Hammond Avenue on Wednesday between 7.30am and 11am is considered a close contact and should get tested immediately and self-isolate for 14 days.
They also stopped at Gundagai's IOR Petroleum on the corner of Mount and Cross streets at 4.30am.
Public Health advises there is minimal risk to the public at this stop as the drivers used contact free payment at the unstaffed fuel pump.
The drivers were asymptomatic and essential workers who undergo regular routine testing.
They are isolating outside of the local health district.
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