A seventh coronavirus case has been confirmed in Tasmania.
The woman in her 50s is in a stable condition in isolation.
She was in close contact with a previous confirmed positive case of coronavirus in Tasmania, who had recently travelled overseas. Public Health did not disclose the location of the woman.
She was aboard a privately-charted yacht for more than 24 hours with the person.
It is the second time a person has tested positive in Tasmania after being in close contact with a coronavirus case who had travelled overseas.
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Acting director of public health Scott McKeown said every case had been linked with someone who had arrived in Tasmania from overseas.
"It is Tasmania's seventh confirmed case of coronavirus. Five cases are stable and remain in isolation receiving medical care. Another case has been discharged from hospital," he said.
"All Tasmanian cases are directly linked to people or involve people who have arrived in Tasmania from overseas.
"Evidence of transmission within our community outside of these cases has not been identified."