Yarrawonga Health has reported nine new positive cases of COVID-19 within its cross-border community in the last 24 hours.
"There are currently 86 active cases in the community," Yarrawonga Health said in an online statement.
"Yesterday, the YH COVID-19 Testing Clinic conducted 271 tests."
Albury-Wodonga has recorded six cases of COVID.
One new case of COVID has been recorded in Wodonga, five in Albury and four in Wangaratta.
Five cases have been recorded in Federation local government area and four in Wagga.
Albury Wodonga Health confirmed there were 133 active cases of COVID across its catchment.
The Murrumbidgee LHD is currently managing clinical care for 107 COVID-19 patients.
Of these 107 patients, two are in hospital including one patient in ICU, and the rest are receiving care in the community.
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Yarrawonga Health has not yet released their daily figures.
Yarrawonga Health yesterday confirmed there had been 70 cases of COVID recorded in the town since Wednesday last week.
Chief executive Elaine Mallows said the outbreak was concerning due to the rapid increase in cases, from a background of quite low numbers.
Ms Mallows said Yarrawonga Health had this week redeployed staff from its community services to respond to the outbreak.
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