Both the West Tamar and George Town councils will be moving to digital meetings.
The West Tamar Council confirmed on its website that meetings will be held remotely, and the public will not be permitted to attend.
Public questions or questions on agenda items (no more than 300 words) can be submitted by sending them to the council before 11am of the day of the meeting.
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Questions with notice must be submitted seven days before the meeting.
George Town mayor Greg Kieser said the council was in the process of working out the format of its digital meetings.
"We're in the process on working with councillors to make sure everyone is able to participate and contribute," he said.
"It's a rather imperfect system - Technology doesn't replace the vibrancy of face-to-face meetings."
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