Edenhope District Memorial Hospital chief executive Andrew Saunders said the hospital had been completing COVID-19 tests in the community.
"We have had nobody test positive for COVID-19 to date," Mr Saunders said.
Last week, two Edenhope hospital staff members went into self-isolation after coming into contact with a person who tested positive to coronavirus.
At the time, Mr Saunders said the staff members had been in quarantine since Wednesday, March 25, having likely been exposed the Saturday prior.
He suggested the staff members may have been exposed in South Australia, but did not go into details about how and when the exposure took place.
"The exposure they would have had was very minimal and low risk," Mr Saunders said.
WEST Wimmera now has its first confirmed case of coronavirus COVID-19.
It is the eighth case of coronvirus across the region.
On Tuesday, Ararat recorded its first case of the virus, and Horsham, its second.
The latter confirmed its first case at the weekend.
Northern Grampians has three confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Yarriambiack's count remains at one, after a recorded case on March 22.
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The total number of COVID-19 cases in Victoria is 968 - an increase of 51 from Tuesday.
Four people have died in the state.
The total number of cases includes 526 men and 438 women. Cases range in age from babies to their early nineties.
There are 39 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Victoria that might have been acquired through community transmission. More than 47,000 tests have been taken to date.
The state's chief health officer Professor Brett Sutton urged people to take social distancing seriously.
"Everyone who's unwell must isolate themselves and everyone who's been told they're in quarantine either as a returned traveller or close contact must do so," he said.
"Social distancing will save lives. Everyone needs to comply with restrictions in place to keep yourself, your loved ones and the whole community safe.
"Our message is clear: if you can stay home, you must stay home."
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