Junee shire residents are encouraged to come forward and get tested for COVID-19, with the Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) mobile testing clinic heading to town on Monday.
The testing clinic will set up at the Junee RSL car park on Monday, June 1 from 9am to 11.45am.
So far, 9314 tests have been carried out across the health district, with just one active case remaining.
MLHD executive director of medical services Len Bruce on Thursday urged anyone with flu-like symptoms to get tested, warning there would likely be more cases in the region in the future despite the lack of positive tests over the past six weeks.
"If you are in any way unwell, even with the mildest symptoms, get tested. Then we can identify you and look after you, to make sure you don't deteriorate," he said.
"You don't necessarily have to go into hospital, we've got our virtual ward and we can look after you at home, but testing is absolutely essential."
Dr Bruce said more testing was now being done at Wagga Base, so the turnaround time for a test conducted in Murrumbidgee was about 30 hours.
"We know it is an inconvenience for people to take time off work, but now it would only be really one day and it's not a bad idea to stay away from work when you are unwell. Even if you don't have COVID disease, you don't want want to go and infect your colleagues with one of the other viruses that are more prevalent during wintertime," he said.
Community members can call the Murrumbidgee hotline on 1800 831 099 for advice or to book a free and confidential test.