For the first time in more than six weeks, Dubbo has completed its first 24 hours with no new COVID-19 cases.
While the news is positive for Dubbo, there were 11 new COVID-19 cases reported for the Central Western Region for the same time period, three of which are located in the Dubbo LGA, in Wellington.
Western NSW Local Health District Chief Executive Officer Scott McLachlan said it is not yet known whether Wellington's case numbers will keep Dubbo in lockdown if we were, from Thursday, to complete 14-days with no new cases.
"The specialist public health team are going need to look at both localities and LGA's on a regular basis, I don't think we have any answers on that," Mr McLachlan said.
For the first time in almost a month, the number of infectious COVID-19 cases across the region has also fallen below 200, with 189 people currently in the Community Care Program.
Of the regions 11 new cases there are also two in Bourke, one at Bathurst and five in Cowra.
In the 24 hours to 8pm Wednesday, there were seven new COVID-19 cases reported for the states Far Western Region, six in Broken Hill and one in Wilcania.
Stay at Home Orders have been lifted for both Gilgandra and Brewarrina shire with Orange to follow suit from midnight Thursday and Narromine shire to be lifted from 12.01am Saturday.
The last live Facebook update for the Western NSW Local Health District will also be recorded on Friday, with further updates to take the form of social media posts.
Do you want more Dubbo and regional news? Receive our free newsletters delivered to your inbox, as well as breaking news alerts. Sign up below ...