There are now eight positive COVID-19 cases in the Nhill community.
West Wimmera Health Service announced the two new COVID-19 cases on its Facebook page on Tuesday.
The announcement comes after the Victorian government's Tuesday release of COVID-19 data. The new cases are expected to be included in Wednesday's data release.
All positive cases are isolating at home and West Wimmera Health Service is providing them all the support they require to continue doing so until the end of their quarantine period
HEALTH authorities are urging people to get tested after further COVID-19 exposure in the Nhill community.
A spokesperson for West Wimmera Health Service says the affected community members are currently in isolation, with the health service and council providing them with supplies during their term of quarantine.
West Wimmera Health Service chief executive Ritchie Dodds said anyone who lives in, works in, or has visited Nhill in the past fortnight should watch for mild symptoms, and get tested as soon as possible if symptoms develop.
"Please do your part and help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining a safe distance from others, wear a mask in public, especially indoors and wash your hands often," he said.
COVID-19 testing will be available at the Nhill Truck Exchange from 12pm to 12am daily.
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