Department of Public Health has detected a further nine cases of coronavirus in Tasmania, bringing the state total to 107.
Eight of the cases are from the North West, one is from the South.
Three of the North West cases are healthcare workers at the North West Regional Hospital or the North West Private Hospital.
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Four were patients who had received care at either the NWRH or NWPH.
One case had recently travelled from overseas, and one is a close contact with a known case.
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Director of Public Health Dr Mark Veitch said Public Health Services is deploying three staff, including a field epidemiologist, public health physician and public health nurse to support the Outbreak Management Team stood up by the Tasmanian Health Service to manage the outbreak.
"The Outbreak Management Team is already identifying and contacting persons who had close contact with these staff and patients and will ensure necessary actions are taken," Dr Veitch said.