TWO COVID cases with connections to Albury have been reported by the Murrumbidgee Local Health District on Wednesday morning.
They are both residents of the city, with one being cared for in Victoria and the other isolating in Albury.
Urgent case investigations and contact tracing has begun in relation to both matters.
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Residents with symptoms for COVID are being urged to take advantage of walk-in testing at Lavington Hall (Sunday - Thursday 9am to 5pm) and Albury Showgrounds (Monday - Saturday 8am - 1pm)
It is unclear if the cases mean Albury will go into lockdown, with the NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro having previously said if a case emerges in a local government area that place will be subject to stay at home rules.
Member for Albury Justin Clancy said "there's a real likelihood of that occurring".
He urged people to undergo testing and COVID vaccination.