More than 14,000 tests have been processed across Albury-Wodonga in the past week, Victoria Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says.
Professor Sutton said two testing teams were being sent to Wodonga to assist over the weekend.
He said more than 95 per cent of eligible Wodonga residents have received one dose of vaccine and 81 per cent were fully vaccinated.
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"But the transmission now is in those not yet fully vaccinated," he said.
"So again we need to call out if you haven't yet received a vaccine and you're in Wodonga or Albury please come forward now it's not too late, it's never too late."
Professor Sutton said the Wodonga community is benefiting from high vaccination rates, but the vaccinated population remains at risk
Of the 1656 new cases recorded yesterday 37 per cent were aged under 20.
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