Tasmanians who have been in Victoria or New South Wales since December 20 are being urged to regularly check potential COVID-19 exposure sites on government websites, as the list of linked venues continues to grow.
Victoria recorded three new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, while New South Wales recorded four (including two reported on Monday).
Recent locally acquired cases in Victoria are linked to the Smile Buffalo Thai Restaurant in Black Rock.
Tasmania now has 18 sites across Victoria designated as high risk for exposure.
As NSW Health continues to trace cases linked to BWS Berala in Western Sydney, a man has been diagnosed who travelled to Broken Hill, Orange and Nyngan on January 2 and 3 while unknowingly infectious.
Tasmania currently lists the Greater Sydney region and Wollongong Local Government Area as medium risk, while the Northern Beaches Local Government Area remains high risk.
Anybody who has been at one of the NSW specified sites is urged to contact the Public Health hotline on 1800 671 738.
Further information on exposure sites can be found on the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services website and the New South Wales government COVID website.
Tasmania specific information can be found on the coronavirus.tas.gov.au website.
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