Three new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Wangaratta, and one in Wodonga.
It comes after one case was recorded in Wangaratta yesterday.
Albury Wodonga Health public health director Lucie Shanahan said contact tracing in under way in Wangaratta and the team were investigating if there were any further links or exposure sites that might appear.
The Wodonga case was reported to the public health team late last night.
"We're aware the person has travelled to Wodonga to provide care for a family member," Ms Shanahan said.
"We were notified via channels with NSW Health late last night that the person has returned a COVID-positive result.
"We don't have much detail for that person at the moment as we continue to contact trace and gather the information we need."
In NSW, four cases have been recorded in Albury, one in Greater Hume and one in Edward River.
IN OTHER NEWS:
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.
The Wangaratta RSL (October 6, 4.30pm to 5pm) and Pinsent Hotel (October 6, 5pm to 8.30pm) were made exposures.
Old Town and Country Tavern publicans Carlyle and Shayne Gannon notified their customers early on Wednesday morning about potential exposures on October 6 (8.45pm to 11pm) and October 7 (5.34pm to 11pm).
The Glenrowan Vet Clinic has also alerted customers in a recorded phone message that anyone who attended the clinic between the 6th and the 9th should contact the COVID hotline for advice about a potential exposure.
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