Community Conversations provides articles, guides and up to date information to help Tasmanians understand our ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We all have an important role to play in continuing to keep our community safe. Find out more about vaccines, COVID-safe behaviours, building a COVID-safety toolkit and a range of other topics below. Staying informed and following the latest advice is a great way to contribute to the wellbeing of yourself, your family and the broader community.
I decided to get vaccinated so I can help protect the vulnerable people and friends in the community.
Well, I think the wellbeing of elderly people in total is very important for everybody, and that we'd like to stay healthy.
I'm choosing to get vaccinated because I understand the brutal reality of COVID-19 and what impact it's had not only on my business in tourism, but also my family and friends and the general community.
That for all of us to be safe and healthy is my number one priority.
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Authorised by the Tasmanian government, Hobart. Spoken by Andrea Gibbons, Nikki Mackintosh, Adam House and Lew Hoek.
COVID-19: A second challenging year
COVID-19 first reached Tasmania more than a year ago. Since then we have faced a threat on a scale that almost no-one now alive has experienced. We have been asked to think and act differently as we go about our lives; a range of restrictions have affected familiar and important activities.
Getting vaccinated against COVID
COVID-19 vaccinations are a big step towards protecting the lives of millions of people around the globe and reducing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-safe behaviours will remain an important part of taking care of each other for the foreseeable future. We all need to play our part to keep on top of COVID
COVID Safety kits
We all have a role to play in continuing to protect the Tasmanian community from the threat of COVID-19. It’s important to know we can do this while still going about our daily lives. As long as we observe COVID-safe behaviours, we can continue the activities that keep us healthy, connected and happy.
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