UPDATE: Murrumbidgee Local Health District has added two more Albury locations to the list of COVID-19 exposure sites.
Dan Murphy's, 428 - 432 Dean Steet, October 10, 12:40pm - 1.00pm. Casual contact - get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result.
Brady's Railway Hotel, 450 Smollett Street, October 10, 4:40pm - 5:10pm. Casual contact - get tested and isolate until you receive a negative result
EARLIER: Ten more Albury COVID-19 cases have been recorded on Sunday, along with new single cases in Wodonga, Indigo, Towong and Wangaratta.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District reported 11 transmissions, 10 of those being Albury local government area residents.
"Two have been linked to previously known cases and eight remain under investigation," the health service said.
The 11th case, an Edward River resident, remains under investigation.
Two new Albury venues of concern have been listed, with anyone present during the stated times considered a casual contact, needing to get tested and isolate until they received a negative result.
The venues are:
The New Albury Hotel (Paddy's) 491 Kiewa Street, from October 8, 8.45pm to October 9, 2am. (This is in addition to the October 9-10 exposure period for this venue listed on Saturday).
Australian Ramp and Access Solutions, Albury, October 8, 6.30am - 2:45pm and October 11 6:30am - 2:45pm.
MORE COVID NEWS:
Albury Wodonga Health reported four new COVID-19 cases within the Albury Wodonga Local Public Health Unit catchment in the past 24 hours.
The new case in Indigo Shire became positive after contact with an infectious person from Albury.
In Towong Shire, the person is a household contact of the two COVID cases reported in the shire on Saturday.
"The case was initially acquired from someone outside the region," Albury Wodonga Health said.
Wodonga's additional transmission, a household contact of a COVID positive person, is linked to cases in Albury.
Contact tracing is continuing for the new Wangaratta case.
"All cases are isolating in line with public health orders and contact tracing is continuing," the health service said.
79 Vermont St, Wodonga (drive-through clinic). 8:00am to 1:00pm - Sunday 17 October
COVID-19 testing is available Sunday at Corryong Health. Please only come forward to be tested if you have been to an exposure site, been told to by the Department of Health or have symptoms. Testing is available from 9am to 12pm. Please phone ahead on (02) 60 763200. Entry will be via the Jephcott Ave entrance.
Lavington Hall (Cnr Urana Road and Hague Street), 9am - 2pm. Walk-in clinic
Albury Showgrounds (entry via Fallon Street), 8am - 1pm. Drive-through clinic
Albury Entertainment Centre (525 Swift Street, Albury), 10am - 2pm. Walk-in clinic
Corowa Hospital 11am - 1pm. Contact hospital (02) 6033 7555
The second dose vaccine rate has hit 80 per cent in NSW, which is set to lead to further easing of restrictions from Monday.
Almost 92 per cent of population over 16 in NSW has had one dose of the vaccine.
Furthermore, a member of the Lavington East Public School community has returned a positive test to COVID-19.
The school announced on its Facebook page on Saturday it would close to allow contact tracing and cleaning to take place.
All staff and students are asked to self-isolate until further notice.
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