Coronavirus Update

30 May 2022

Jeremy Rockliff, Premier and Minister for Health

Tasmania has recorded 627 new cases overnight, with 836 people recovered and released from isolation in that time.

The total number of active cases currently stands at 4,819 and we now have more than 158,000 Tasmanians who have recovered from COVID-19.

There are currently 46 people in hospital with COVID and of these, 21 are being treated specifically for COVID. There is currently one person being cared for in the ICU.

Sadly, I can confirm that a man in his 90s has passed away in the State’s North West and, at the weekend, a woman in her 70s passed away in the State’s North.

I extend my sincere condolences to the family, friends, and loved ones of the man and woman.

With COVID still circulating in our community it’s important to continue following the COVID-safe behaviours - practice good hand hygiene, follow social distancing, test when you have symptoms, stay home when you are unwell, and wear masks where required to do so.

And the most important thing you can continue to do to protect yourself, your family and the community is to roll up your sleeves and get vaccinated when you are due.

If you haven’t already, make a booking with one of the many providers across the State and get your vaccination as soon as possible.