The Department of Health has confirmed four new cases of coronavirus in Tasmania, bringing the state total to 66.
Public Health Director Dr Mark Veitch confirmed all four cases were from cruise ships: three from the Ovation of the Seas and one case from the Voyager of the Seas.
All four cases were in quarantine at the time of diagnosis.
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A Public Health Response Team is continuing to investigate two cases of coronavirus from Devonport to identify the sources of infection.
Both cases had not been overseas or aboard cruise ships in the previous two weeks before contracting the illness.
Public Health has stated a Health Service Incident Management Team is investigating workplace sources for the infection of the Mersey Community Hospital worker who contracted the virus.