Wagga has been given a clean bill of health, with all 10 of the city's coronavirus patients now officially listed as recovered.
There is more good news for the region with no new cases of COVID-19 as of Friday morning - a streak that has latest three weeks.
But health officials have warned that while there are currently no patients being treated for COVID-19, there is no room for complacency.
The total number of identified COVID-19 positive patients in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District remains at 45.
There are 42 recovered cases, and currently no hospitalisations.
The region's only two remaining active cases are in Narrandera and Cootamundra-Gundagai local government areas.
Corowa woman Beryl Bourke, 74, died in Albury after contracting COVID-19 overseas. Mrs Bourke's remains the only death in the Murrumbidgee region.
Lenert Bruce, the MLHD's director of medical services, said the community had done an "absolutely magnificent job" in getting tested.
A total of 5145 people have now been tested across the Murrumbidgee.
"Of those, 1178 tests were done in the last week," Dr Bruce said.
"The previous week there were only 680 tests, so we've almost doubled our testing numbers."
Ninety-seven people this week used new mobile testing vans.
"Clearly the community is doing the right thing in terms of social distancing, staying at home if they are symptomatic," Dr Bruce said.
However, he has warned the community not to ignores the regulations around COVID-19.
"I think the reason why we have good news is because everybody has been working together," Dr Bruce said.
"While we have been successful and we've been careful about maintaining social distance, if you're unwell, then don't go out.
"I cannot stress that if you've got symptoms of a cold or flu, do not go out. Also, get tested.
"I think if we can remain vigilant and be careful and do the common sense things, we will keep the community safe."
Health officials are urging anyone with any respiratory symptoms such as fever, shortness of breath, dry cough or a sore or scratchy throat to call the COVID-19 hotline to book in for a test.
Tests undertaken at any of the MLHD's testing clinics are free and confidential.
You can call the hotline on 1800 831 099 every day between 7am and 9pm for a confidential over the phone assessment.
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