Friday, April 3, 11.15am
There have been no new cases of coronavirus in Yass Valley area, according to latest figures released by Southern NSW Local Health District.
Six COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Yass Valley LGA and 190 people have been tested as at 10.30am today.
Across the district, 53 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed following 2265 tests.
None of these confirmed cases have required hospitalisation and are self-isolating accordingly.
Monday, March 30 10.35am
The number of coronavirus cases in Yass Valley LGA increased to six on Monday, the Southern NSW Local Health District has confirmed.
In Yass Valley LGA, 141 people have been tested for coronavirus until now.
A total of 45 cases of COVID-19 have been formally identified within the district as at 10am on Monday, March 30, following 1767 tests.
Contact has been made with each confirmed case and their close contacts, who have been advised to self-isolate for 14 from when they were last with the confirmed case.
They have been advised to seek medical help should they experience symptoms.
Monday, March 28 2.05pm
The Southern NSW Local Health District has confirmed two cases of coronavirus in Yass Valley.
The two confirmed cases are currently self-isolating. A total of 114 tests have been conducted across Yass Valley so far.
The SNSWLHD has confirmed that a total of 32 cases of COVID-19 have been formally identified within the district as at 10pm, Friday, March 27.
It includes an additional case in Goulburn of a person who is an ACT resident. The announcement follows recent tests which were verified in the last 24 hours.
Southern NSW Local Health District Public Health Unit is in contact with each confirmed case and their close contacts, advising them to self-isolate for 14 days from when they were last with the confirmed case.
They have also been advised to seek medical attention should they experience symptoms.
"Identifying close contacts ensures that those people who may be at risk take the necessary steps to avoid any further transmission," a Southern NSW Local Health District spokesperson said.
It is essential that everyone plays a part in containing the spread of COVID-19 by practising good hygiene measures including:
Southern NSW Local Health District has established COVID-19 assessment centres throughout the district, so those with symptoms may be tested and treated quickly.
The purpose of these clinics is for people who have respiratory symptoms or fever and who are at risk of COVID-19.
Any one heading to an assessment centre MUST call the SNSWLHD Central Intake Service - 1800 999 880 (option 1) before attending.
You will only be tested if you fit the COVID-19 testing criteria.
This testing can take up to two days to complete and report back.
For more statistics and information, visit the NSW Health website.
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