A testing blitz at the Orange Showground has not uncovered any new cases of coronavirus following the city's first positive case in months on Friday.
A drive-thru testing clinic was set up at the showgrounds on Saturday in response to the positive test, which was from a student clinician working at Orange Hospital who'd returned from a hostpot in Sydney.
The 10 close contacts of the positive case are still in isolation, with some tests returned and a few close contacts still to be tested.
An Western NSW Local Health District spokesperson was unable to comment on the 10 close contacts' tests.
The drive-thru clinic had 380 people undergo testing on Saturday, but while the LHD didn't have numbers for the fever clinic over the weekend, the spokesperson said the Bloomfield site "wasn't as busy".
The spokesperson said there had been 2225 tests conducted in Orange over the past four weeks.
"We're really pleased with the drive-thru clinic and the response from the community," the spokesperson said.
"We've now closed down the drive-thru testing clinic, but the fever clinic is still open from 10am to 5pm and the Private Health Network clinic in Dora Street is also open.
"If people have any symptoms please come forward to get tested."
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