According to a Department of Health spokesman, COVID testing numbers have remained consistent since a trial began of not requiring bookings for testing.
The trial began on Christmas Day, and is set to conclude on Friday.
"The trial of no-booking clinics for coronavirus testing in Launceston is continuing and will be thoroughly evaluated once it has concluded," the spokesman said.
"Testing numbers are consistent with numbers seen prior to the trial; reflecting that, in the main, people are seeking tests when they experience symptoms."
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People are still able to call the public health hotline and make a booking, and are still required to contact the hotline when arriving at a testing site to provide details before they are able to proceed with a test.
In the 24 hours prior to 6pm January 11, 265 laboratory tests were completed.
With the situation constantly evolving interstate, Tasmanians are being urged to remain vigilant.
Anyone who experiences any cold or flu-like symptoms, even if the symptoms are mild, should get tested for coronavirusDepartment of Health
It has been 23 days since Tasmania last had an active case of COVID-19.
Up to date information, including testing site opening hours, can be found on the coronavirus.tas.gov.au website.
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