Keep on top of COVID at home
Tasmanians love to get together – birthdays, barbecues, watching the footy (or cricket) and enjoying dinner with friends. From the big moments to small impromptu gatherings, meeting at each other’s homes is part of our cultural fabric.
What is getting a COVID-19 test really like?
What’s the COVID-19 test really like? Many of us have pondered this question during the pandemic and there are no shortage of opinions circulating in our news and social feeds on an almost daily basis.
When was the last time you took a road trip around Tasmania? If you were already thinking of taking a holiday this year, now could be the right time to rediscover home turf.
Staying healthy in winter
Tasmanians are continuing to work together to stop COVID-19 from taking hold within our community. Looking after our health is especially important during the cooler months when flu is more prevalent.
Make it to a museum
All museums are currently limited to 80 visitors at a time and have new systems in place to manage these entry limits. At some museums and galleries you may need to book in advance for your free entry, but don’t let this stop you reconnecting with your favourite museum or gallery.
Tasmanians are a creative, talented, resourceful and incredible fine producers.We are also part of a strong and connected community that looks out for one other. Our businesses have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and helping out local businesses has been at the forefront of many people’s minds.
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