Only five confirmed cases of COVID-19 remain active in Tasmania after another day of no new cases.
It marks 16 days of no confirmed cases across the State.
All remaining active cases are in the North-West, with two people still hospitalised.
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More than 31,000 tests have been carried out, with 518 of those being completed in the 24 hours to 6 pm last night.
The State's total of confirmed cases remains at 226, 208 people have recovered and sadly 13 people have died.
A post on the Department of Health's Facebook page urged people to get tested.
"Anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, runny nose, or fever should contact their GP or call the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to arrange testing for coronavirus," it said.
- The situation with coronavirus is changing frequently. People can stay up to date by visiting the coronavirus website www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au.
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