Tier two exposure sites across Victoria "haven't yielded a significant number of new cases" and will no longer be published.
Businesses will still be notified by contact tracers and Border residents are being urged to heed the advice of owners announcing potential exposure.
AWH Local Public Health Unit executive director Lucie Shanahan said tier one sites would still be published, so those businesses that self-identify as an exposure site but aren't listed by DHHS would be tier-two status.
"Certainly businesses will continue to notify customers ... and contact tracing teams now are working very closely with businesses to give them the information that they need," she said.
"We really are reliant on businesses to get the information out to the public as quickly as they can, and experience tells us that that's what's happening anyway, which is a fantastic.
"So if you become aware that you've been to an exposure site and you're advised of that through the business, for a tier two site, get tested as quickly as you can and isolate until you receive a negative result.
"If you've been to a tier one site, the advice is to get tested and isolate for the 14 days, get retested on day 13 and once you get the negative result, then you're clear to leave isolation."
That has been another major change; those in isolation for 14 days will no longer be contacted following their day-13 test if it is negative.
Ms Shanahan said Wodonga residents were eager to get their day 13 test on Tuesday, following the listing of multiple exposures around the CBD which are yet to result in transmission.
"We saw really high volumes of people coming out for testing on Tuesday, a slightly lower number yesterday, and a slight reduction again today," she said.
"We anticipate that most people understandably came forward as early as possible for day 13 testing and to be released from isolation."
"There was a lot of quick work to identify people who were impacted through that site, being a childcare centre," Ms Shanahan said.
"We've been working closely with the provider to understand where the person was throughout the venue ... to see if we could shorten the exposure time, but unfortunately at the moment the exposure time is across the course of the day.
"There was a really strong testing response from Wangaratta ... we really are thankful to the community today a response.
"To date there has only been one further positive case, and that is a household contact of the original case.
"That repeats the pattern that we're seeing at the moment, which is that household transmission.
"We haven't seen any further community transmission as a result."
IN OTHER NEWS:
While Northeast Health Wangaratta has flagged walk-in vaccine appointments to address the Victorian government's deadline of all authorised workers having had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by October 15, that hasn't been planned at AWH.
"We've been running walk-in appointments for healthcare workers for quite some time ... there are appointments available for authorised workers to come in and receive their vaccine as quickly as they can," Ms Shanahan said.
"We are certainly looking at flexible options for authorised workers, and particularly authorised workers in high risk areas.
"The team are really starting to drill down into smaller communities or particularly vulnerable groups who might need support to increase their vaccine levels, and we're looking at different ways that we can work with those groups in those communities."
Daily inoculations remain consistent at 500 to 600, and outreach vaccine services will ramp up.
"They work in conjunction with identified priority communities; they've visited a lot of the abattoirs and meat processing plants because we know that that is a vulnerable work-group," Ms Shanahan said.
"The mobile vaccine teams are out in the road every day and we're looking at ways to double that.
"As the push really comes to get the last 20 to 30 per cent of our population to receive their first dose, and then of course follow up with their second dose, we're looking at ways that we can provide access at different times in different locations."