Tasmania has experienced its 11th day without any new cases of COVID-19.
Director of Public Health Mark Veitch said on Tuesday no new cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in Tasmania, with the state's total remaining at 226 cases.
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The last new case of COVID-19 - a man aged in his 70s from the state's North - was detected on May 15.
Since then there has not been a single new case, and the number of active cases continues to fall.
Any Tasmanian with cold or flu-like symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, or fever should contact their GP.
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