The total amount of confirmed coronavirus cases in Griffith's local government area remains at three as the tally across the Murrumbidgee Local Health District increases to 31.
In a statement released on Monday morning, MLHD said there are 31 confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the health district area as of 8am on March 30.
Five new cases have been found in the health district since the last update issued by MLHD on March 29, with the first cases in the Berrigan and Snowy Valleys shires.
The Murrumbidgee Council area also saw another case of COVID-19 confirmed, with the tally for the local government area now at three cases.
The area saw their first confirmed case as of 8am on March 28, with two cases confirmed initially.
Wagga Wagga and Hay also saw a new case confirmed in the area.
"All cases notified were diagnosed after travelling overseas or being in contact with a confirmed case," a statement from MLHD read.
"Patients who have experienced mild to moderate symptoms are in self-isolation to ensure they do not transmit the virus.
"They are being managed at home with the support of their GP and a daily check up with local health services."
Three cases in the MLHD area have been admitted to an appropriate local hospital to provide further care.
MLHD have also opened up three further testing clinics throughout the health district to further reduce travel for those who have appointments at the clinics.
As of March 30, clinics have been opened in Cootamundra, Deniliquin and Tumut - adding to two clinics already operational at Griffith and Wagga.
"The District anticipates increased demand for COVID-19 testing due to changes in the testing criteria," a statement from MLHD read.
"The three additional clinics will provide additional capacity."
The time between when a person is exposed to the virus and when symptoms first appear is typically five to six days, although it may range from two to 14 days.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, sore throat and dry cough.
Members of the public are urged to minimise travel, increase personal awareness around hand hygiene and practice social distancing.
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