Albury-Wodonga has recorded 35 new cases of COVID-19, with 13 people in hospital.
Albury has recorded 16 new cases, while Wodonga has recorded 19.
Albury Wodonga health reported 26 new cases in its catchment area in the 24 hours to 8pm yesterday, including 19 in Wodonga and seven in Wangaratta.
In a statement AWH said its Community COVID Consult Clinic was caring for 760 COVID-positive individuals from across the Border region.
"We currently have 13 COVID-positive patients in hospital," the statement said.
The Albury Wodonga Local Public Health Unit has reported 399 active COVID-19 cases across its catchment.
Yesterday, the AWH LPHU conducted 376 COVID-19 tests and 301 vaccinations.
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In total, the Murrumbidgee Local Health District recorded 22 new cases in the 24 hours leading up to 8pm yesterday, including 16 cases in Albury.
Three of the cases are residents of the Murray River council area.
Wagga Wagga, Berrigan and Greater Hume council areas each have had one resident test positive.
There has been a total of 568 cases recorded in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District since the start of the current outbreak, including 445 in Albury, 25 in Hilltops LGA, 26 in the Greater Hume LGA, 15 in Edward River LGA, 19 in Murray River LGA, 10 in Federation LGA, 11 in Berrigan LGA, 11 in Wagga Wagga LGA, two in Coolamon LGA, two in Murrumbidgee LGA, one in Cootamundra-Gundagai and one in Griffith LGA.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District is asking anyone currently experiencing, or who has recently experienced even mild cold-like symptoms to come forward immediately for testing.
"If you have any symptoms it is important that you isolate until you can be tested and also after your test, until you get a negative result," a statement said.
The MLHD is currently providing additional testing in Albury:
Albury Wodonga Health encouraged anyone with COVID symptoms to get tested and limit their movement where possible.
"In a school setting, students do not need to be tested unless they have been identified as a PCC of a positive case," a statement said.
"Schools will make contact with identified PCCs to advise if testing and isolation is required.
"In other settings, the Department of Health will notify you if you are a PCC and require testing.
"Due to a high demand for testing, we ask those who have no symptoms and have not been instructed to get a COVID-19 test, to avoid doing so."
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