Six new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the Riverina.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District confirmed four new cases had been identified in the Albury local government area.
One forms part of today's NSW tally and the other three will be included in tomorrow's numbers.
A case has also been identified in Greater Hume which will be included in tomorrow's case tally.
A new case in Edward River was reported in today's state figure.
IN OTHER NEWS:
There is a total of 50 cases reported in the MLHD since the start of the current outbreak and one death.
Including 25 in Hilltops LGA, ten in Albury LGA, nine in Edward River LGA, two in Wagga Wagga LGA, one in Griffith LGA, one in Federation LGA, one in Murray River LGA and one in the Berrigan LGA.
There has been one new venue of concern associated with known cases.
Anyone who attended Zed Bar, 586 Dean Street, Albury on Friday the 8th October between 5:30pm and 11:15pm is considered a casual contact and is required to get a COVID test and isolate until they receive a negative result.
Any further venues of concern will be advised as soon as they are known.
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