A drive-through COVID-19 testing site in Mernda.

Anyone entering New South Wales from greater Melbourne, including Mitchell Shire, City of Whittlsea and Macedon Ranges Shire, must complete a form declaring they have not attended any exposure sites linked to the Wollert COVID-19 case in the past 14 days.

Anyone who has arrived in NSW from Victoria since May 6 are also required to check the list of exposure sites and contact NSW Health if they had attended at the time of exposure to infection.

The form includes contact details and written confirmation that people had not been to any of the venues of concern. Declaration forms must be completed within the 24-hour period prior to entering NSW, or upon entry.

“These declaration forms provide critical information to enable NSW Health to contact travellers if required and is for all travellers who intend to enter NSW by air, road and rail having been in greater Melbourne in the previous 14 days,” a statement from NSW Health said.

The Victorian man in his 30s who tested positive yesterday, May 11, completed hotel quarantine in South Australia after flying home from India last month and returning to his home in Wollert on May 4.

The man tested negative to coronavirus on days one, five, nine and 13 of his stay, but developed symptoms on May 8 in Wollert.

A list of exposure sites and testing facilities in Mitchell, Macedon Ranges and Whittlesea council areas can be found here.