Tasmania has recorded no new cases of COVID-19 for the third day in a row.
Acting director of public health Dr Scott McKeown said the state's total of confirmed cases remained at 221.
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He said a concerted effort was still be made to identify cases 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," Dr McKeown said.
In other news:
As of Sunday morning there were 50 active cases of COVID-19 in Tasmania, with eight people in hospital and one in intensive care.
More than 650 tests have been completed in the last 24 hours with 14,491 tests completed overall.
- The situation with coronavirus is changing frequently. People can stay up to date by visiting the Department of Health coronavirus website www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au or the Australian Government Department of Health website at www.health.gov.au.As of Sunday morning there were 50 active cases of COVID-19 in Tasmania.
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