People in hotel or home quarantine in Tasmania as a result of travel to Western Australia will be able to move freely in the state after Public Health advised it would lift the state-specific restrictions.
In a statement, Public Health director Mark Veitch said the restrictions would be lifted and those who are in quarantine will be contacted by Public Health to let them know when they can depart.
The state specific restrictions will be eased from 5pm on Wednesday.
"Any person who has been who has been informed by Public Health that they need to receive a negative test result before leaving quarantine need to complete this requirement before they are permitted to leave," Dr Veitch said.
Seven premises in WA remain designated by Tasmania as high-risk premises until 14 days after they last posed a risk.
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People who attended these premises at the specific times remain in quarantine in Western Australia. They will not be permitted to travel to Tasmania until their quarantine is complete.
Quarantine-free travel registered through the Tas e-Travel system will be restored for anyone wishing to travel to or from WA.
If people have any cold or flu symptoms, even mild, contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to arrange a test.
For more information visit: www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travelalert.
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