Tasmanian Labor has criticised the government's communication of public health advice amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But Health Minister Sarah Courtney says she is committed to keeping Tasmanian up to date as the situation evolves.
Ms Courtney encouraged Tasmanians with questions about coronavirus to visit the Department of Health website.
"There is a dedicated coronavirus page and we will continually update that with the latest details," Ms Courtney said.
She said those who were concerned about their health, if they had travelled recently or were displaying symptoms, should contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.
Labor health spokeswoman Sarah Lovell said the government needed to do more to ensure Tasmanians could best respond to the virus threat.
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"Tasmanians have access to information from all around the world and what we are not seeing is any kind of verified information coming forward from the government," Ms Lovell said.
"There are questions around what social distancing measures should be in place right now.
"All of these questions need to be answered through verified channels so that Tasmanians can have confidence that the information they are getting is the most up to date and the most appropriate information on the situation today."
Labor leader Rebecca White questioned where public health advertisements about the pandemic were on radio and television.
"The government has been quite happy to spend money on advertising for things that suit them," Ms White said.
"People require leadership and right now they are looking to the government to provide the answers that they need and they are not seeing it."
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