Testing for COVID-19
Widespread testing of people across the community is vital to detect and manage any new cases of COVID-19.
When a COVID-19 case occurs, Public Health identifies people who had contact with the case while they were infectious in the community. This is called contact tracing
Information for positive cases
The care you need will be available if you receive a positive COVID-19 result
We all have the opportunity and a responsibility to protect lives and livelihoods by maintaining COVID-safe behaviours.
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
Check in TAS
The app enables you to check-in to businesses, venues and events and have your data stored securely with the Tasmanian Department of Health in the event contact tracing is needed due to a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the community
All persons aged 12 and older who enter a Tasmanian airport must wear a face mask that meets the minimum standard, as defined by Public Health
Gatherings, density and physical distancing
Gatherings, density and physical distancing requirements for households and venues.
I want to report non-compliance
I have information / concerns about non-compliance with self-isolation requirements or gathering restrictions
Mental health support
Where to get help if you need mental health support during the coronavirus pandemic.