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.
We all have the opportunity and a responsibility to protect lives and livelihoods by maintaining COVID-safe behaviours.
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.
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.
Managing your COVID-19 symptoms at home
It is very important to monitor symptoms when you or someone you care for gets COVID-19.