Seventy eight people presented for a COVID-19 test at CHIRP Community Health's drive-through testing facility in Castlemaine last weekend following the detection of low level viral fragments in a waste water sample on December 15.
"We are planning to operate a clinic on Monday, from 10am to noon," community health nurse Bronwyn Grieve said.
The presence of COVID-19 in wastewater has coincided with a steady increase of new COVID-19 cases in NSW, as 30 new cases were recorded last Sunday.
Victoria has registered its 51st consecutive day without a community acquired COVID-19 case, but the Premier stressed caution.
"Fifty one days without a locally acquired case isn't the same as a vaccine," he said.
"Please continue to follow the rules that are in place and get tested as soon as symptoms are obvious to you."
Bendigo Health has conducted more than 600 virus tests in the past week, a spokesperson said.
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