Anzac Day services in Launceston and Hobart will be cancelled if the advice against having public gatherings of more than 500 people persists.
RSL Tasmania state president Robert Dick said they have not made any decision about the ceremonies and will continue to act of the best advice from the Department of Health.
"We are seeking advice on a daily basis from the Tasmanian department of health and we will abide by any of the recommendations they put forward," he said.
He said if services are unable to go ahead, a plan will be put in place to enable people to pay their respects to soldiers past and present.
"What we would look at doing is putting some form of remembrance service in place so people can still pay their respects," Mr Dick said.
"Whether it be an online or free streaming of the event from the National Capital, obviously we don't want to not pay our respects to all those who have served our country."
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He said the health of members, many of whom would be in the high risk category for coronavirus, and the health of the wider community was the RSL's number one concern.
"Once you get over a certain age group you are in a risk category anyway but then you've got veterans who may have underlying health issues which puts them further at risk," Mr Dick said.
"We are concerned not only for the veterans and defence community but also for the community in general."
Premier Peter Gutwein said Anzac Day was discussed at the Council of Australian Governments meeting on Friday.
"At this stage we're waiting on advice, on once we have that advice we will have an informed discussion with the RSL," he said.
"Obviously Anzac Day is a very solemn and important day. But we need to act on the best health advice and we've asked for that advice to be provided."
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