Today marks a month since there's been a covid-19 viral infection in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD).
MLHD says the last infections were four cases reported in Wagga over the weekend of August 2-3.
In the Cootamundra-Gundagai council area, there have been only two cases, one of whom is still classed as "recovering".
The number of reported positive cases in the Murrumbidgee remains at 54, of which 10 are active and 44 have recovered. A total of 52,553 tests have been conducted in the region.
Testing is critical to help minimise the risk of community to community transmission and to stop the spread.
People are required to self-isolate after the test until their result is received, this usually takes around 30 hours and can be received via text message.
Anyone who feels unwell should be tested. To arrange a test at any of the MLHD testing centres, call the Murrumbidgee covid-19 Hotline on 1800 831 099 to book an appointment.
The community can also access covid-19 testing through local general practitioners (GPs).
Since the beginning of the pandemic there have been six people hospitalised in the MLHD. One person has died, in Albury.
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