A further 11 people have tested positive to COVID-19 in Tasmania, all in the state's North-West.
Eight of the cases are healthcare workers, one is an inpatient and two others are close contacts of confirmed cases.
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It takes Tasmania's COVID-19 tally to 144.
Further details about the cases will be discussed on Monday morning.
It comes on the same day that the government announced sweeping new measures to control the outbreak in Burnie and the North-West, including the imminent closure of the North West Regional Hospital and North West Private Hospital.
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Tasmania also recorded its fifth coronavirus death on Sunday.
The Burnie hospital cluster is now the leading source of COVID-19 cases in Tasmania, surpassing cruise ships and returned overseas travellers.