Tasmania has made it to 10 days without a coronavirus case, the Department of Public Health has confirmed.
The state total of confirmed cases is 226: 45 in the South, 29 in the North, 149 from the North West and three from interstate.
Thirteen people have died from the virus, with 203 cases have recovered leaving the number of active cases in Tasmania at 10.
All of the state's active cases are from the North West, with Northern Tasmania's single case having recovered by Monday.
In other news:
More than 26,000 Tasmanians have been tested for coronavirus.
Public Health has reminded Tasmanians with flu-like symptoms including a cough, sore throat, runny nose or fever to contact their GP or the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738.
Mobile coronavirus testing stations will be available in the North and South at new locations between May 26 and May 28.
These include the Mowbray Racecourse and the Derwent Entertainment Centre.
No booking is required to visit these stations.