The Cootamundra Hospital Covid-19 clinic has been testing an average of seven people a day, according to the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD).
Tests, which are free, are also being done by Dr Perera's surgery and Cootamundra Medical Centre, although the exact number is not being disclosed.
The MLHD's weekly report on Monday put the total tests done in the Murrumbidgee district last week at 2,423.
This brought the total tests in the MLHD since the beginning of the pandemic to 18,608.
There is just one active case in the Cootamundra-Gundagai region, out of 45 in the Murrumbidgee district.
MLHD health director Tracey Oakman said Murrumbidgee has recorded low numbers of positive cases throughout the pandemic.
"There've been very few community acquired transmissions, the last was in early April," Ms Oakman said.
"High testing rates enables us to quickly identify any community transmission.
"It's very important for communities to continue to be vigilant, especially in light of easing restrictions and more people travelling.
"With the recent outbreaks in Melbourne and the school holidays approaching in July, transmission could spread quite easily to our region."
Ms Oakman urged people to get tested if they had any symptoms.
"The common cold and COVID-19 share a lot of symptoms and only a COVID test can spot the difference. Early detection is a priority for the Murrumbidgee and will help us to detect an outbreak and stop the spread."
An appointment is needed for a test at the clinic and can be arranged by calling the hotline at 1800 831 099.
You can also call Dr Perera's Surgery (6942 1011) and Cootamundra Medical Centre (6942 0222).
The most common symptoms include fever and dry cough. Some people also experience sore throat, shortness of breath, or runny or stuffy nose. Other reported symptoms include loss of smell, loss of taste, runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting and loss of appetite.