Albury-Wodonga recorded 91 new cases of COVID and one death in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday.
In Wodonga, 45 new cases were recorded while 46 were reported in Albury.
A man in his 70s died at Mercy Place Aged Care Facility where he acquired his infection. He had received one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Six new cases have been recorded in Wangaratta and one in Indigo.
Albury Wodonga Health chief executive Michael Kalimnios said seven COVID patients were in hospital and one is now in ICU.
One case each was recorded in Cootamundra-Gundagai, Wagga Wagga, Murray River, Berrigan, Federation and Greater Hume.
Albury Wodonga Health public health unit is managing 371 COVID cases.
NSW Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant is paying a visit to the Border today to speak to the health service and schools about the COVID outbreak.
Victoria's deputy Chief Health Officer visited last weekend.
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Additional cases were reported in Wangaratta, Indigo, Murray River, and Greater Hume.
Earlier this week the NSW government committed 30,000 rapid antigen tests to mainly help in Albury schools, while Victoria will send additional testing teams to the region.
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