Important community updates
Spirit of Tasmania Low-risk Tas e-Travel travellers
Change will be made to the Tas e-travel registrations for travellers booking on last nights sailing from Melbourne and Saturday's (25 September) sailing.
High-risk home quarantine trial launches
A new home quarantine trial for travellers returning from regional NSW launches on Friday 24 September, and will run for one month.
Update to COVID-19 testing requirements for transport workers
Tasmania is adopting a nationally consistent approach to COVID-19 testing for transport, freight and logistics workers travelling between other states and territories and Tasmania.
Burnie & Devonport testing clinic update
The Department of Health have advised that the opening hours for the public COVID-19 testing clinics in both Burnie and Devonport have changed due to extreme weather conditions.
Pfizer and Moderna vaccine for 60+ year olds
Tasmanians aged 60 and over will have access to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines from today.
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Spirit crew members quarantined - Devonport sailing postponed
Public Health in Tasmania is working closely with the TT-Line to manage 10 primary close contacts of a positive COVID-19 case detected in Melbourne
Continuing vaccination momentum as we spring into summer
Our vaccination program continues to proceed well, with 54.5 per cent of Tasmanians aged over 16 years now fully vaccinated and 73.1 per cent having received their first dose.