The Western NSW Local Health District will offer residents of the Bourke district free "drive-through" testing for COVID-19 next week.
The mobile service will be operating at Sturt Park, on the corner of Mitchell and Sturt streets, on Wednesday from 10am to 2pm.
It was launched in Oberon in mid-May for the benefit of residents of rural and remote communities in the region.
The health district's director of public health Priscilla Stanley said the mobile clinic had visited more than six locations in its southern sector and three in its northern sector.
The towns which have hosted the mobile service include Blayney, Wellington, Forbes and Weilmoringle.
"We need to keep testing people, even if they only have mild symptoms, so we can stay on top of COVID-19 as the general restrictions around movement start to be decreased," she said.
COVID-19 symptoms include fever, a sore or "scratchy" throat, cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, tiredness and muscle aches.
There are currently no known cases of COVID-19 in the district.
The mobile service complements testing for the deadly coronavirus at GP-led and federally-funded respiratory clinics in regional communities including Dubbo.
The respiratory clinics aim to keep people with mild-to-moderate respiratory symptoms away from GP surgeries and emergency departments.
Dubbo Medical and Allied Health Group has been contracted to run the clinic at 183 Brisbane Street from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
To make an appointment call 68159900 or go to hotdoc.com.au and search for Dubbo Respiratory Clinic.