There have been seven confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in the Weddin Shire Council over the seven days up until January 12.
According to the data from the NSW Health website there was one case reported on December 31, one on January 1, one on January 3, three cases on January 4, one on January 6 and one on January 7.
One of the cases is from the Bland/Quandialla area while the rest are in Grenfell itself.
Health officials are encouraging locals to book in to get their boosters as soon as they are eligible to increase their chances of not contracting the virus or to minimise the severity of the virus if they do catch it.
Cases have exploded across the state with the Omicron variant which has caused testing to blow out with some locals reporting up to 10 days before they receive their results.
Rapid Antigen Tests are also in short supply with the NSW Government urging locals to stay home if they are unwell and treat the situation as if they have the virus.