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The current COVID-19 risk in Tasmania is LOW to MODERATE

COVID-19 continues to circulate in the community. 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.

Managing the current COVID-19 risk

Last Updated: 08 Sep 2022 2:35pm

Managing COVID-19 risk

Numbers of new COVID-19 cases have continued to decline since late July 2022. This reflects a reduction in community transmission across Tasmania. The level of COVID-19 risk in Tasmania is now LOW to MODERATE.

This does not mean there is no risk. COVID-19 is still present and being transmitted in all regions of the state. It is important that everyone is aware of both the level of risk of COVID-19 in Tasmania, and their personal and organisational risks from COVID-19.

By knowing this they can act quickly and proportionately to reduce their risk.

Practicing COVID-safe behaviours helps lower your personal risk as well as the risk to others and our community. Being vaccinated and taking precautions is the best way to ensure we can continue our daily activities with as little interruption, and risk of illness, as possible.

View some key behaviours below and click for more information: