Inverell has recorded two new active COVID-19 cases in the latest update.
While the Armidale Local Government Area has not recorded any.
However, eight new coronavirus infections have been clocked in Tamworth, marking a jump in cases as they dip in other parts of the region.
There were also two new cases in Moree recorded but health authorities have warned it is no time to be complacent.
"While cases numbers are lower today in Moree and Inverell areas, we continue to urge anyone with even the mildest of symptoms to continue to come forward for testing," Hunter New England Health (HNEH) Dr David Durrheim said.
"High vaccination rates are essential to reduce the risk of transmission and protect the health and safety of the community.
"This is especially important for Aboriginal communities in these areas, where there continue to be a number of cases identified."
- Victoria Hotel, Gosport St, Moree, between Friday, October 29, from 10am to 1pm
- Victoria Hotel, Gosport St, Moree, between Friday, October 29, from 2pm to 10pm
A new testing clinic is open in Inverell on Wednesday and Thursday at the netball courts near the showground.
The village of Barraba has recorded another positive sewage detection despite no known cases residing in the area and locals are urged to continue turning up for testing and vaccination.
"We remind our communities that infection is still possible even when we are fully vaccinated, and we can still transfer the virus to someone we love, including small children who are ineligible for vaccination, or vulnerable people in our community," Dr Durrheim said.
He also reminded anyone suffering from COVID-19 isolating in the community to call an ambulance if they experience a deterioration in their condition, including breathlessness.
For full details including testing locations and opening hours, visit the NSW Health website.
Anyone requiring vaccination can find their nearest clinic or hub by visiting the government's COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Finder. NSW Health clinics are open for walk-ins.
There were 46 new cases clocked in the HNEH district to 8pm on Tuesday.
There were 216 new cases across NSW in the latest period and three further deaths.
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