Testing for COVID-19
Widespread testing of people across the community is vital to detect and manage any new cases of COVID-19.
Advice for contacts
A close contact is someone who has had prolonged contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case during their infectious period.
Information for positive cases
The care you need will be available if you receive a positive COVID-19 result
Advice for isolating when you are waiting for a COVID-19 test result or have tested positive for COVID-19
Have a preparation/care kit with items to treat your COVID-19 symptoms and plans to ensure all family members are cared for during your isolation.
COVID-19 is continuing to spread in the community and we are seeing large numbers of cases each day. COVID-safe behaviours remain an important part of taking care of each other for the foreseeable future. We all need to play our part to protect ourselves from COVID-19 and take care of the people around us
Face masks are required in some places and circumstances in Tasmania as an extra protection against COVID-19
Gatherings, density and physical distancing
Gatherings, density and physical distancing requirements for households and venues.
Getting a flu shot will help protect you and the people around you from getting the flu. This year, that’s more important than ever.
Mental health support
Where to get help if you need mental health support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Managing your COVID-19 symptoms at home
It is very important to monitor symptoms when you or someone you care for gets COVID-19.
Find out about medication and treatments that may be available for people at risk of severe disease
Managing the current COVID-19 risk
The current COVID-19 risk in Tasmania is high. COVID-19 is continuing to spread in the community and we are seeing large numbers of cases each day. COVID-safe behaviours remain an important part of taking care of each other. We all need to play our part to protect ourselves and take care of the people around us.