A person who presented to Yarrawonga Health for testing has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The health service said the person was infectious while in the community and acquired the case in the 'local region'.
"Yarrawonga Health is continuing to monitor their wellbeing and is working with both NSW and Vic public health units," a statement said.
"The individual is currently quarantining at home for 14 days while they recover. Contact tracing is continuing."
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Yarrawonga Health chief executive Elaine Mallows urged the community to stay vigilant.
"May I remind the community the best way to protect yourselves and your family is to get vaccinated," she said.
"Please use the check in using the QR code, or written check in, wash your hands regularly, wear your mask and maintain a social distance of 1.5 metres wherever possible."
COVID fragments had been detected in Yarrawonga waste water over the weekend.
Yarrawonga Health is urging people to get tested.
The Yarrawonga Health Drive through COVID-19 testing clinic operates seven days a week 9.30am to 12.00pm and extended hours in line with community demand.
Access via the Yarrawonga Fire Brigade Training ground, Woods Rd, Yarrawonga.
Testing is also available at the Wangaratta Showgrounds Screening Clinic, open 8.00am to 4.30pm.
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