Coles supermarket in Lavington has been deemed a COVID-19 exposure site.
Anyone who visited the store between 7am and 7.20am on Wednesday, September 15 is considered a casual contact should immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.
It is understood by The Border Mail that three members of staff at the supermarket are isolating for 14 days, while others in the store that weren't considered close contacts have undergone testing.
The store was deep cleaned last night and the exposure risk is considered low risk.
A third positive COVID case confirmed by Murrumbidgee Local Health District in Albury on Saturday morning is a close contact of a previously reported case in the Border city on Thursday.
MLHD announced four cases of COVID-19 in its jurisdiction were reported to 8pm on Friday night.
Three cases are from Hilltops local government area that were announced on Friday. All three cases are household contacts of the first case from Young reported on Friday.
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"We ask communities in the areas of Young and Albury to be vigilant with mask wearing, hand hygiene and social distancing and get tested if they have the mildest of symptoms," an MLHD statement said.
"The district is urgently investigating these cases and will continue to advise the communities if there are any venues of public concern as soon as these are determined."
Testing is available on Saturday and Sunday at Lavington Hall, 488 Urana Road from 9am to 5pm, with no appointment necessary.
For additional testing locations go to www.mlhd.nsw.gov.au, or for help accessing a test call the Murrumbidgee COVID-19 Hotline 1800 831 099.
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