It's been a week since Albury-Wodonga recorded more than 50 cases in one day, with case numbers sitting below 30 for the majority of the last seven days.
On Friday, 13 new cases were recorded; six in Albury and seven in Wodonga.
The day before that, on Thursday, the twin cities recorded 28 cases; 19 in Albury and nine in Wodonga.
Wednesday saw the lowest case numbers for the week; 12 across Albury-Wodonga, but on Tuesday and Monday the cases were higher at 29 and 32 respectively.
On Sunday and Saturday, the cases were at 26 and and 28.
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Though case numbers appear to be declining day by day, Albury Wodonga Health has reminded residents testing is "vitally important".
"People are strongly encouraged to continue to be tested, even if they have the mildest of symptoms," Albury Wodonga Health said in a statement.
"The only way to be sure it's not COVID-19 is to be tested.
"The community coming forward for testing will be vital in us being confident that this outbreak is contained."
Albury Wodonga Health said wait times were down to about 30 minutes at their Smythe Street and Gateway Lakes testing clinics.
Across the rest of the Border and North East on Friday, there were two cases in Wangaratta, four in Wagga and two in Federation council areas.
The Albury Wodonga Health Community COVID Consult Clinic is caring for 285 COVID-positive individuals from across the border region, including eight COVID-positive patients in hospital.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District is caring for 110 COVID-19 patients on the NSW side of the border, of which two were in hospital.
The Health District said it was continuing to manage a four COVID-positive patients and one positive staff member at Corowa Hospital.
"Anyone who has attended the hospital between Tuesday 2 November and Friday 12 November is asked to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and come forward for testing if they experience even mild cold-like symptoms," said MLHD in a statement.
Testing is available at Corowa Hospital (entrance from behind hospital) on Guy Street until Sunday November 14 from 10am to 3pm.
People with symptoms can book via the MLHD COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 831 099.
Only one exposure site remains on the Border, The Holy Spirit Church in Lavington, according to the NSW Health website.
MLHD's acting director of public health Alison Nikitas said reporting on the NSW website had changed.
"We are putting up any sites where we have known transmission so that people can be aware of that," she said.
"Or if there's a site where we cannot be assured that we maybe have contacted everyone.
"But we aren't putting out transient locations such as if someone has dropped into a supermarket for five minutes, but if we identify any exposure sites where there's been transmissions we will certainly be putting that out to the community."
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