Destination Southern Highlands issued a statement on Wednesday night to remind people the area remains open for business.
"The Southern Highlands remains open for business and no formal lockdown or hotspot advice has been received from the state government for our shire to date," the statement read.
DSH referenced a confirmed COVID-19 case in Bowral.
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"It is now more important than ever for all businesses to be COVID-Safe and maintain social distancing requirements and measures."
COVID-19 symptoms include, but are not limited to, a fever, a cough, a runny nose and a loss of taste or smell.
NSW Health has advised people to practice physical distancing of 1.5 metres and practice good hygiene.
Visit the NSW Health website for more information.