Wagga has recorded two new COVID-19 cases, as the Murrumbidgee Local Health District records three overall in the latest numbers until 8pm on Thursday.
The other case is a resident of the Albury local government area.
The majority of active cases for the district are receiving at home care, with no patients currently in the Intensive Care Unit.
NSW Health's ongoing sewage surveillance program has detected fragments of the virus that causes COVID-19 in sewage samples collected from West Wyalong, where there are no recent known cases.
Double vaccination rates for those 16-years and over across the MLHD is sitting at 95.6 per cent.
Fully vaccinated people aged 18 years and over, who received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine six months or more ago are now eligible for a booster vaccination.
From Friday, the MLHD said it will no longer be issuing daily COVID updates, but will instead release a weekly update every Monday, providing information about how the region is tracking in vaccination and testing numbers.
However, the MLHD said public health alerts will be issued when there is a notifiable area of public concern or action required.
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In an fourth consecutive jump in daily numbers, NSW recorded 337 new cases until 8pm on Thursday, 66 cases more than the previous day.
No deaths were reported during NSW Health's COVID-19 update this morning, however 140 patients with the virus remain in hospitals while 25 have been admitted to ICU.
A total of 92.6 per cent of those over the age of 16 across the state is double vaccinated, while 94.6 per cent have at least received one dose.
There are currently eight known cases of the Omicron B.1.1.529 variant within the state.
Penalties have now increased to $5000 for individuals who chose to not comply with new isolation, testing or quarantine requirements, and to $10,000 for corporations.
All fully vaccinated travellers who have been in any other overseas country during the 14-day period before their arrival in NSW must travel directly to their place of residence or accommodation and isolate for 72 hours.
They will only be able to exit isolation at the end of the 72-hour period if they have received a negative test result.
These people must also complete a PCR test on day six after arrival.
Anyone who has already arrived in NSW who has been in any of the eight African countries within the previous 14 days must immediately get tested and isolate for 14 days, and call NSW Health on 1800 943 553.
For local testing locations, call the Murrumbidgee COVID-19 Hotline on 1800 831 099.
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