Only one new case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Tasmania over Tuesday, the Department of Public Health confirmed.
The single case is a 90-year-old man from the North West.
The man was a patient at the North West Regional Hospital, this brings the total cases from the region's outbreak to 113.
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Director of Public Health Dr mark Veitch said a concerted effort is being made to identify any further cases of coronavirus in the North West.
"Anyone who lives in the North West who currently, or in the last few days has had respiratory symptoms like a cough, sore throat, runny nose, or fever should arrange testing through the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 or their GP," he said.
The latest case brings Tasmania's total to 201.
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Eight Tasmanians have died from coronavirus, 74 people have recovered.
There are 119 active cases in the state, two of which are in ICU.
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