There has been one additional case of coronavirus confirmed in Tasmania since 6pm last night, Public Health acting director Scott McKeown says.
A male health care worker in his forties has tested positive for the virus. He is from the state's North-West.
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The new case brings the state's tally of coronavirus cases to 208.
It follows confirmation on Friday night that two North-West men in their twenties had contracted COVID-19. Both were close contacts of a previously confirmed case.
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