The COVID@home program will provide care for COVID-positive people within their homes. The program will be available to people who have tested positive to COVID-19 and are asymptomatic or present with mild symptoms of the illness
Current restrictions in Tasmania, including face masks and the Framework for COVID-19 Safe Events and Activities.
Information for people with disability
Information about COVID-19 for people with disability and people caring for them
Emergency relief support
Emergency relief services are delivered by community organisations, providing immediate financial and other support to people in financial crisis.
Emergency accommodation support
Emergency accommodation and support is available for low-income persons who are required to isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19 and cannot do so safely at home or are homeless.
Financial services and support
If your finances have been impacted by COVID-19 and you are experiencing financial difficulty it is important to get help as early as possible
Public hospital patient visitation
A COVID-19 Visitor Policy has been developed for Tasmania’s Public Hospitals and Clinics.
Schools and early childhood education and care
Information about schools, school closures, learning at home and sending your child to school during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Sport and recreation
The AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport sets principles for safe sport, exercise and recreational activities.
Metro Tasmania are reducing cash transactions on board, school buses and Community transport
Support is available for individuals through Pandemic Leave Disaster Payments and Pandemic Isolation Assistance Grants