Tasmania's number of coronavirus cases has reached 42, with six more cases confirmed on Wednesday including one who contracted the disease from close contact with a prior case.
Four women and two men were diagnosed. Two of the cases had recently been on cruise ships and three had recently travelled overseas.
Public Director of Health Mark Veitch said one case was in close contact with a previously confirmed case.
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"There remains no evidence of community transmission in Tasmania, as all the cases are directly or indirectly linked to overseas travel," he said.
"Public Health Services has commenced contacting the cases to identify and contact any of their close contacts so that these people can be placed in self-quarantine."
Dr Veitch said the state had conducted 1272 tests for the virus.
Three of the cases are from Northern Tasmania, two are from Southern Tasmania and one case is from the North West.
Two of the cases are aged in their 70s. One is aged in their 60s, one in their 50s, one in their 30s and one is in their 20s.
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