Important community updates
Mandatory vaccination requirements
The requirement to be vaccinated applies to people who work in health care settings and people who provide health and medical services and treatments
Update to Victoria and New Zealand travel restrictions
Public Health Services have announced that from 12:01am tomorrow (Saturday 23 Oct) travel to Tasmania will not be permitted for travellers who have spent time in the Darebin local government areas (LGA) in Victoria
Launceston Covid-19 Testing Clinic Is Moving
The Launceston testing clinic is moving to a larger site with increased capacity for testing with four drive-through testing lanes available.
Tasmania’s COVID-19 response transition
The Tasmanian Government today launched the roadmap for the Tasmanian plan to transition from the current local COVID-19 Response
Update to Events Framework
The Events Framework has been updated due to the heightened risk of COVID-19 transmission across Australia.
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Vaccination clinics coming to Bunnings
Pop-up clinics will be running at three Bunnings locations this weekend, at Devonport on Saturday and at Burnie and Invermay on Sunday, from 9am to 3pm both days.
97% of public health employees meet mandatory vaccination guidelines
With less than five days to go, I’m pleased to report that 97 per cent of Tasmania’s public health sector employees have now met the Government’s requirement for mandatory vaccination or exemption.