THERE remain four active cases in Horsham Rural City, and none in any other Wimmera or Grampians areas.
Horsham recorded no new active cases in the past 24 hours.
Thursday's update from the Department of Health and Human Services also show 3298 people have recovered from the virus.
More to come.
A Wimmera Health Care Group spokesman confirmed the Read Street clinic was testing 40 to 50 people every day, the most being 58 on Tuesday.
"Unless they have symptoms, we won't be testing people," he said.
"In most cases people are tested within 24 hours, but we have experienced a couple of days where it's been chaotic and have had to push people out to another day."
The spokesman said once someone had tested positive, the Department of Health and Human Services contacted them.
"They then interview them about all the people they would have seen since the time they contracted the virus," he said.
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"The DHHS will then contact those people and let them know they need to go in and have a test.
"At the clinic we ave a set time of these people to come in and be tested because they are not necessarily symptomatic. We keep them separate from all other people being tested."
On Wednesday, Member for Lowan Emma Kealy urged the Victorian government to "urgently establish a drive-through testing clinic" in Horsham.
The city already has two clinics, one at the Wimmera Health Care Group's Read Street campus and a respiratory clinic at Baillie Street's Lister House.
In a statement, Ms Kealy said there had been a surge in demand for testing following confirmation of new cases in the Horsham area.
The first cases in three months were recorded in Horsham Rural City on July 15.
She said people had contacted her office worried about the accessibility of testing, and that some people were planning to travel to Hamilton's drive-through clinic, 116 kilometres south of the Wimmera city.
The Mail-Times has contacted the Department of Health and Human Services about whether it had plans to open any new clinics in the Horsham area.
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