COVID-19 testing starts in Inverell and Glen Innes today, after the drive-through testing service finished in Armidale on Friday.
It tested more than 1100 people over the last three weeks in Armidale.
"This is an amazing achievement and shows how dedicated we are to ensuring our towns remain safe from COVID-19.
"Pleasingly, we have had no positive cases so far but some results are still being processed," Public Health Physician, Dr David Durrheim, said.
"With the large number of people being tested across the District it can take up to 72 hours to receive results, so we urge people who have yet to hear their results to be patient while they wait."
Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall said the announcement of the two new clinics in was a positive step in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the region.
"I'm very pleased with this outcome," he said. "Both Inverell and Glen Innes areas have had confirmed cases of coronavirus in the past, so it is only right residents are able to access this form of precautionary screening in their home town."
He said Hunter New England Health (HNEH) has advised the clinics will operate Monday to Friday between the hours 1pm and 3pm.
"Similar to the Armidale service, those looking to be tested must book an appointment in advance by phoning the Inverell clinic on 6721 9520 and Glen Innes clinic on 0438 925 949, between 8am and 4.30pm.
HNEH has determined these times based on a trial conducted in each town. These clinics will operate indefinitely based on the level of demand.
You do not have to have symptoms of COVID-19 to be tested, but if you are exhibiting cold or flu-like symptoms such as fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath you should jump on the phone straight away and book an appointment.
Mr Marshall said convenient access to testing would be important in helping maintain the spread of COVID-19 as social distancing restrictions ease.
"The Armidale 'blitz' has done exactly what health authorities hoped with around 1000 people tested over the three weeks, with the total number of tests completed in the electorate at 3112," he said.
While the daily number of new infections in NSW has consistently remained below double figures in recent weeks, Mr Marshall said the state government expects those figures will spike as people's return to normality.
"The only way to manage the spread is if people get swabbed. Not having a drive-through service in you town is not an excuse for going unscreened, you can still be tested by contacting your GP or local hospital," he said.