Outdoor sporting events will be able to increase attendance to 75 per cent of seated capacity at venues from January 1, Premier Peter Gutwein has announced.
Mr Gutwein on Wednesday said Public Health Services had approved the same boost to capacity at church and other religious services from Sunday.
He said seating at religious services would be reviewed after December 27.
Arts Minister Elise Archer said from Monday, capacity at cinemas and theatres would be increased to 75 per cent of the venue's seating up to 250 people.
"Venues where a 75-per-cent capacity will take the crowd beyond 250 people will need to gain approval from Public Health before they can operate at an increased capacity," she said.
"Subject to approval, these venues will be able to proceed at the expanded capacity from February 1, 2021."
Ms Archer said the government had started a program to share some of the financial risks associated with the reintroduction of live performances.
"This announcement means that if restrictions do need to be re-applied to protect the Tasmanian community from COVID-19, financial assistance will be made available to help manage costs associated with cancellations," she said.
Ms Archer said details of the scheme were yet to be finalised, but would be confirmed next year.
Mr Gutwein said there had been no positive tests among seasonal workers from Timor-Leste who were recently flown into the state.
The cohort will reach the end their quarantine period on Sunday.
Mr Gutwein said the next lot of seasonal workers to the state would arrive from Tonga on December 18.
He said there had been no further positive coronavirus tests among the passengers on the first repatriation flight to Tasmania.
The quarantine period for them ends on Sunday.
Mr Gutwein said the next repatriation flight would arrive in Hobart on January 8.