A report looking into an outbreak of coronavirus at the North West Regional Hospital will be released to the public on Thursday morning.
As of Wednesday afternoon, 130 cases of COVID-19 in the state were related to the outbreak.
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Premier Peter Gutwein said his daily COVID-19 briefing would be held early, at 8.30am, to allow adequate time for health authorities to explain the report before a sitting of state Parliament.
"The important thing, and one thing I have always stressed through this, is we will be accountable, we will be responsible and importantly we will be transparent," Mr Gutwein said.
"It's important this release is provided publicly for people that have an interest in these briefings and it's important that it's provided publicly before Parliament ... so those matters can be raised."
Meanwhile, Labor leader Rebecca White has called for a Royal Commission or a Commission of Inquiry to be held into the coronavirus pandemic in Tasmania.
"We've had one-third of our hospitals knocked out, we've had the military brought in, we've had a number of people dying, nearly 20,000 people lose their jobs, businesses close - the impact of this virus has been devastating economically, socially and health-wise," Ms White said.
"We need to be able to learn from this and also give time for those families to ask those questions they have about why their loved ones died, what we could have done differently and what we can learn from this to make sure we don't repeat those same mistakes in the future.
"It requires an investigation that is thorough and independent."
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Mr Gutwein said this was a matter he and Ms White agreed upon.
"I've already announced we will have an independent inquiry that will be headed either by an expert or experts to look into this," Mr Gutwein said.
Mr Gutwein said the inquiry would be appropriately resourced and it would take place at an appropriate time.
"There have been some calling for that to happen within days. This isn't a bushfire but you wouldn't take your fire chief away from their activities in attempting to deal with that fire until it was safe to do so," he said.
"I would hope we would be in a position well before the end of the COVID pandemic to put that inquiry in place but what I want, and I think what all Tasmanians want, is for the very best people spending 100 per cent of their time dealing with COVID and ensuring that we save lives."