Health services have reported 49 new cases of COVID in North East Victoria and the Southern Riverina.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District, who only report NSW cases, said 35 new cases were recorded in the Riverina.
Of the NSW cases 35 were recorded in Albury, two of which were residents of a private aged care facility.
Two cases were recorded in Federation, two in Greater Hume and one in Murray River
Albury Wodonga Health, who report on Victorian cases, announced there had been 14 new cases in North East Victoria in the 24 hours to 8.30am today.
Of the new cases, 12 were recorded in Wodonga, one was recorded in Wangaratta and one was recorded in Indigo Shire.
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In total the Albury Wodonga Local Public Health Unit is managing 75 active COVID cases in North East Victoria.
In a statement the health service said there was 'strong evidence of community transmission in both Albury-Wodonga and Wangaratta.'
"The new cases in Wodonga are generally related to social settings in Albrury," the statement said.
"We remind people to limit travel and movement wherever possible."
NSW recorded 345 new cases and five deaths in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday.
Despite the growing case numbers in Albury, Murrumbidgee and Albury Wodonga health officials have ruled out a snap lockdown for now.
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