The Strathfieldsaye testing clinic has closed for they after reaching capacity for the second day in a row.
A spokesperson for the clinic said the test site opened an hour earlier on Tuesday morning will be open from about 8am on Wednesday.
They estimated almost 300 people were tested for coronavirus on Monday with about the same number being tested on Tuesday.
Traffic controllers are on site to help manage the increase number of cars in the area.
Bendigo Health's walk-in COVID-19 testing site in McLaren Street has reached capacity for today.
The drive-through clinic at the Bendigo Showgrounds remains open with a current waiting time of two hours.
COVID-19 testing sites in Bendigo are again experiencing high demand with people lining up from early Tuesday morning.
The line at the walk-in testing clinic in McLaren Street is out to Mitchell Street.
In Strathfieldsaye, people lined up from 7am with cars lined up to Strathfieldsaye Road.
On Monday, health officials opened multiple test sites to deal with the expected surge in tests related to Bendigo's exposure sites.
Testers swabbed 1200 people in Bendigo on Monday with Bendigo Health announcing extended hours for its test sites.
Bendigo Health is also reminding people they only need to be tested if they were at exposure sites on days and times listed by the Department of Health.
"You do not need to get tested if you were not personally at the exposure site," the group said in a draft Facebook post expected to be posted on Monday evening.
"Of course, anyone who is experiencing symptoms should also get tested."
To ease the testing process people should register their details through the online COVID Test Tracker.
"Completing this form will help save time during your test. Once registered you will receive a unique registration number, which can be used for multiple tests during a 90-day period," a Bendigo Health spokesperson said.
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