Albury and Wodonga's daily case numbers are reported separately by two different organisations.
They are reported based on the state.
Despite its name Albury Wodonga Health only report the number of cases recorded on the Victorian side of the border each day, namely in Wangaratta and Wodonga.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District are in charge of reporting the number of cases on the NSW side of the border, including Albury, Greater Hume and Edward River.
This is why the case numbers are released separately.
For all the local exposure sites including those who have self identified check out our handy guide.
Despite a number of cases there are very few exposure sites in Wodonga. This is because the majority of cases are linked to the Albury outbreak and have not resulted in Wodonga exposure sites.
Albury Wodonga Health's Lucie Shanahan said not all exposure sites are reported online and not all sites visited by a COVID case are considered high risk.
Exposure sites are only reported by the department of health if they believe the site creates any general public risk or concern (Tier One).
The vast majority of Wodonga cases have been staying home while symptomatic and have not been active in the community.
"Of the cases that we're reporting for Wodonga [on Thursday] we're confident that the majority of these are household contacts of known cases already," she said.
"They're family groups across a number of households and we're starting to see that usual pattern where family members start to become unwell and test positive for COVID as time progresses."
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Currently residents of the border bubble can cross state-lines freely for any reason.
The Victorian government has relaxed restrictions with NSW. Greater Sydney is currently an orange zone under the state's traffic light system, meaning fully vaccinated residents can enter without quarantining.
Those who are not fully vaccinated must isolate on arrival and provide a negative COVID test.
Regional NSW is a green zone so residents only need to apply for a permit to travel to Victoria.
However, the NSW government still requires anyone who has travelled beyond the border bubble in Victoria to isolate for 14 days upon return home.
Once the requirement has ended free travel between the states will be allowed, with permits.
Both NSW and Victoria currently have reopened to vaccinated residents. Only fully vaccinated residents can sit down to eat and enter non-essential retail premises.
In Victoria people who are unvaccinated can attend essential retail premises, but the state has not yet provided a list of venues.
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