Tasmanian venues remained noticeably absent as the AFL announced its revised round six and seven fixtures on Friday.
As coronavirus cases continue to break out in Victoria, the AFL announced plans for all 10 Victorian clubs to relocate by Monday with upcoming games to be split between New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia.
Despite missing out on the next two rounds, Tasmania still appears on track to host its eight contracted games with Hawthorn and North Melbourne, with both clubs expressing a desire to fulfil their commitments regardless of crowd restrictions.
Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein confirmed the state government had not been expecting to host AFL fixtures before the reopening of state borders.
"The revised fixture is no surprise as our borders aren't planned to open until the 24th, subject to public health advice," Mr Gutwein said.
"We will continue our discussions with the AFL about future possibilities, however the health and safety of Tasmanians remains our number one priority not AFL games at this time."