Two more coronavirus infections have been confirmed in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District, as well as one Victorian resident who was self-isolating in New South Wales.
Both infections were spotted on the border of NSW and Victoria in the Berrigan Shire Council area, bringing the total number of infections in that region to five.
No new infections have been detected anywhere in Wagga, where the infection rate has remained steady at ten confirmed since Friday.
There are now a total of 42 coronavirus cases in the Murrumbidgee, with one death and 1902 people having been screened in hospitals around the district.
Broken down by local government area, the Murrumbidgee's tally stands at:
- Albury: Six
- Berrigan: Five
- Cootamundra-Gundagai: One
- Federation: Seven
- Greater Hume: Two
- Griffith: Three
- Hay: One
- Hilltops: Two
- Murrumbidgee: Three
- Narrandera: One
- Snowy Valleys: One
- Wagga: Ten
Those suffering acute, cold, flu-like symptoms who have recently returned from travelling or are a contact of a confirmed case are urged to be tested for the virus. To do this, call HealthDirect on 1800 0222 222 to be triaged and advised by a nurse over the phone. Alternatively, contact your GP to book an appointment and let them know in advance if you have symptoms - these might include fever, cough, runny nose or shortness of breath.