Albury-Wodonga recorded 20 new cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm Friday.
Albury recorded 17 new cases.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District revealed 32 new cases had been recorded in their catchment area.
Nine cases were recorded in Wagga, three in Murray River, two in Federation and one in Greater Hume.
In Victoria, three cases were recorded in Wodonga, one in Wangaratta and one in Indigo Shire.
IN OTHER NEWS:
There has been a total of 881 cases and 12 deaths recorded in the MLHD since the start of the current outbreak. Of the 881 cases, 667 were in Albury LGA, 43 in Murray River LGA, 34 in the Greater Hume LGA, 25 in Hilltops LGA, 41 in Wagga Wagga LGA, 16 in Edward River LGA, 23 in Federation LGA, 13 in Berrigan LGA, seven in Griffith LGA, four in Snowy Valley's LGA, two in Coolamon LGA, two in Murrumbidgee LGA, two in Temora LGA, one in Cootamundra-Gundagai, one in Lockhart LGA and one in the Hay LGA.
The Murrumbidgee LHD is currently managing clinical care for 110 COVID-19 patients. Of these 110 patients, two are in hospital and the rest are receiving care in the community. There are no patients in ICU.
Albury Wodonga Health said seven patients were in hospital and non in ICU.
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