There are currently a number of positive COVID-19 cases across the Border and North East.
Below are the known exposure sites linked to the cases. This page will be updated as more locations are identified.
The most recently added exposure sites will be bold.
IN OTHER NEWS:
NSW Health and the Victorian Department of Health and Human Service have identified the following exposure sites. More sites self-identified by businesses are listed below.
The Service NSW App is now providing COVID-19 case alerts to assist with efforts in contact tracing, it appears exposure sites are appearing on the app that are not appearing on the statewide list, so please check your app.
Sunday October 31
Holy Spirit Church, 550 Prune Street, Lavington, 8am to 9am
Saturday October 30
Holy Spirit Church, 550 Prune Street, Lavington, 9am to 9:50am
Thursday October 28
Domino's Pizza Wangaratta, 90A Murphy Street, Wangaratta, 10:00am - 3:30pm (Tier 1)
Wednesday October 27
Domino's Pizza Wangaratta, 90A Murphy Street, Wangaratta, 11:00am - 2:45pm (Tier 1)
Other identified sites
The following venues have self-identified as exposure sites.
Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service said in an online statement it had been visited by a COVID-positive person on Thursday November 4 between 3.18pm and 3.37pm.
"Any community members impacted will be contacted tomorrow by AWAHS SEWB Team to advise of this and provide social emotional support," the statement said.
"The public health unit will be in contact to provide the clinical information around being testing and isolating.
"Once again, due to our strict COVID-19 protocols, infection control measures and clinical cleaning processes - we are not required to close the service."
Howlong Library and Resource Centre. Federation Shire Council posted on its website that the centre had been an exposure site on Friday November 5. The website said the facility was closed from November 9 after NSW Health advice.
Alpine Health have revealed a COVID- positive person attended Myrtleford Hospital. The exposure occurred on October 27 between 5pm and 6.30pm.
Albury North Public School was closed on November 1 after a member of the school community tested positive to COVID.
Wodonga Woolworths. The store said in an online statement that a team member tested positive for COVID-19 and their last shifts in store were on October 22 from 5:30pm to 9pm and October 21 from 4pm to 9:30pm.
Cafe Borella's, Albury. The cafe posted on its Facebook page to say they'd been notified a positive COVID-19 case attended the venue on October 25 at approximately 10.25am. The cafe is being closed for cleaning.
Border Christian College was closed on October 25 after a member of the school community tested positive to COVID. The positive case attended the school on October 15.
Thurgoona Public School students were sent home on October 26 after a member of the school community tested positive to COVID-19.
Merriwa Industries in Wangaratta said it was told a Timbers employee had tested positive for COVID on October 24.
"The Timbers Leadership team and COVID response team at Merriwa have contacted all Timbers employees, requesting they get tested and isolate until they return a negative result," Merriwa Industries said in an online statement.
On October 25, Finley Public School closed after a member of the school community tested positive to COVID-19.
Bandiana Primary School. Students were sent home on October 25 after a member of the school community tested positive.
Lavington's Holy Spirit Primary School closed on October 25 after someone in the school community tested positive to COVID-19.
St Monica's Catholic Primary School. Three members of the St Monica's school community have tested positive to COVID-19. The school is currently closed, with remote learning commencing on Tuesday.
Victory Lutheran College has closed after a student tested positive to COVID-19.
In a letter to carers Wodonga Primary School principal Damian Duncan confirmed someone with COVID-19 attended the school on October 22.
In an online statement Melrose Primary School confirmed a COVID-19 case attended school on October 19 and 20.
A case attended Murray Children's Centre on October 18 and 19, CSU has advised. The centre will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, with tracing underway.
Peards Landscape Supplies said an employee in the sleeper manufacturing shed had been confirmed as a case on Saturday, October 23. However, Peards has stated it is not believed any public areas have been exposed. Employees in the Department are isolating.
Wodonga Senior Secondary College. A positive COVID case was reported within the school community on October 21 with the school closing from October 22.
Albury North Public School. A community member has tested positive to COVID. The school has been closed for contact tracing and cleaning. All staff and students have been asked to isolate.
Albury West Public School. Someone in the school community has tested positive to COVID. All staff and students have been asked to isolate until they receive further notice. The school is closed.
Hume Public School has closed after a member of the school community tested positive to COVID. In a letter to parents Principal Leonie Lewis said the school would be non-operational effective immediately to allow for contact tracing and cleaning.
James Fallon High School. A member of the James Fallon High School community has tested positive to COVID-19. The school will close effective October 21 to allow for contact tracing and cleaning.
Springdale Heights Public School. Principal Susan Farmer said in a statement on the school's website that the school was made non-operational on the evening of Monday October 18 due to a member of the school community testing positive to COVID-19. The school will reopen on Thursday October 21.
Lavington Public School. A member of the school community tested positive to COVID-19.
The site was closed on October 18 and 19 for cleaning.
Upper Murray Family Care has confirmed a staff member has tested positive to COVID-19, after another positive case from outside the city visited the organisation's Albury office last weekend.
"We are currently waiting on information from NSW Health as to how to proceed and will update this post as soon as possible."
Murray High School said a student tested positive to the virus on Facebook.
Lavington East Public School had a student return a positive COVID test.
"We have been informed of a confirmed case that attended on site last week. We are closed for deep cleaning and are waiting to hear from the Department of Health for further advice. Please isolate and get tested if you develop any symptoms.
"Contact the office at (02) 6043-8200 if you have any questions."
St John's Lutheran School and Little Saints Preschool, Adams Street, date and time not listed. A student has tested positive to COVID. The school is closed today for cleaning and will reopen Monday 18.
Billabong High School, October 12, 13, 14. A teacher has been identified as a close contact and out of an abundance of caution the school has recommended students in 10 English 3, 8 English 3, 7 English 1 and 8 PE 3, get tested.
Little Ones Early Learning. A positive COVID case is linked to the service. The centre will be closed today for cleaning.
The centre asked everyone who attended the centre on Monday and Tuesday, October 11 and 12, including parents and carers, to get tested and self-isolate "until we receive confirmation from NSW Health and Department of Education on the impact on our service".
A confirmed COVID case attended Benalla P-12 College on October 14 and 15. Principal Tony Clark said the school would be closed to allow for contact tracing and cleaning on Friday. The school will reopen on October 25.
Zeus Coffee Co in Benalla has also closed its doors after a staff member tested positive to COVID. The business said the staff member was fully vaccinated and has not worked for a week.
Wodonga South Primary School Principal Clink Eckhardt told parents a confirmed COVID case attended the school on October 15.
Wodonga - Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre. Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre has been advised of a confirmed COVID-19 case on site at our Wodonga campus in Building K on Thursday 14 October, from 8am to 4.30pm.
Wangaratta West Primary School. Wangaratta West Primary will close for one day and is expected to reopen on October 26, with students not identified as close contacts to return to onsite learning.
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