Premier Peter Gutwein says spot checks will be done on people who arrive in Tasmania from midnight to ensure they are self-quarantined in an effort to contain the risk of coronavirus spread.
Mr Gutwein announced on Thursday that anyone who arrived from interstate from midnight on Friday would need to isolate themselves for 14 days.
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This will apply to Tasmanian residents and visitors to the state.
There are exemptions for health specialists.
Mr Gutwein said the government would work with Tasmania Police, Biosecurity Tasmania and health officials to ensure those in self-quarantine understood their obligations.
"We will be doing some spot audits but importantly the community has a role to play here," he said.
"If you have someone in your workplace who has been to Bali recently then that is an issue.
"It is putting Tasmanians' health and safety at risk and it should be reported."
He said concerns can be reported to the police hotline 131 444.
Mr Gutwein said supply chains of personal protection equipment for health professionals had been interrupted but the government was working to access the national stockpile.
Health Minister Sarah Courtney said the state had a sufficient amount at the moment but work was underway to ensure there was enough stock in the future to meet increased demand.
Public Health director Mark Veitch said more than 800 tests had been carried out on coronavirus.
The Spirit of Tasmania sailing this evening and arriving in Devonport Saturday morning will be the final sailing that is exempt from the self-quarantine rules.
This is because it leaves the Port of Melbourne before midnight.
Meanwhile a part-time worker of Senior Helpers Tasmania remains employed by the body after she continued to work in elderly people's homes rather than self-isolate after an international holiday.
Senior Helpers Tasmania managing director Leonie Williams said the worker returned to Australia on March 6 before the mandatory requirement for self-isolation was imposed at midnight on March 15.
Ms Williams said the woman was asked to self-isolate on March 16 which she complied with.