Strengthening contact tracing in Tasmania
The “Check in TAS” App is now in the final stages of development and will be available in Apple or Google app stores from 1 December 2020.
Border restrictions to ease with Victoria
From Friday those travelling to Tasmania from Victoria will not be required to quarantine, but will be health screened at the border along with our other visitors
Support extended for Tasmanian landlords and tenants until January 2021
Government has made a decision to extend the emergency period for residential and commercial tenancies until 31 January 2021.
South Australian coronavirus outbreak
Public Health Services notes South Australia’s progress in managing an outbreak of coronavirus, with extensive contact tracing and testing appearing to contain the risk.
South Australia to remain classified as a medium risk jurisdiction
On Monday, we moved swiftly to declare South Australia a medium risk jurisdiction, meaning we currently have people in our State quarantining who have been in South Australia in the past 14 days.
A further update on Tasmania’s response to Adelaide COVID-19 cluster
The health and safety of Tasmanians remains our number one priority, and that’s why yesterday we took immediate and precautionary action in response to the COVID-19 cluster in Adelaide. Today, we have provided a further update to Tasmanians and those visiting from South Australia.
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