The North East has recorded three new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, while fragments of the virus have been found in Albury wastewater.
On Saturday Wodonga and Benalla council areas each recorded a new case, while on Sunday a positive case in the Alpine Shire was reported.
Albury Wodonga Health said in a statement the Wodonga case was an additional member of a Wodonga household.
"The case has been isolating at home and no further exposure sites are expected in relation to the case," a spokeswoman said.
"There are now four positive COVID-19 cases currently in Wodonga.
"All are household contacts of the first case.
"The primary case, reported last month, became positive as a result of a close contact with a COVID-positive person while working outside of the region."
The cases were among more than 100 cases notified in regional Victoria over the weekend.
On Sunday the Murrumbidgee Local Health District detected COVID-19 fragments in sewage in Albury, Wagga Wagga and West Wyalong and recorded one new positive case in Wagga.
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The latest Wagga case, a household contact of one previously known to the Health District, is currently in home isolation, according to a statement from the MLHD.
"All close contacts have been identified," a spokesperson wrote.
"MLHD encourages anyone with even the mildest of symptoms to come forward for testing."
As of publication, no new venues of concern have been identified within the region.
There is a total of 44 cases in the MLHD since the start of the current outbreak and one death, including 25 in Hilltops LGA, nine in Albury LGA, six in Edward River LGA, one in Griffith LGA, one in Federation LGA and two in Wagga Wagga LGA.
The MLHD is running pop up vaccination clinics on Monday in Henty and on Tuesday and Wednesday in Albury for anyone 12 to 59 years old wanting to be vaccinated.
Children aged 12 to 15 years old must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent.
People can walk in - no bookings needed - to the Community Health Centre on Ivor Street, Henty, between 10am and 2pm.
Or they can go to the Westside Community Centre, at 16 Mulga Place, West Albury on Tuesday between 10am and 4pm and on Wednesday October 13 between 9am and 2pm.
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