Western Australia has announced three new COVID-19 cases with Public Health Services urging anyone in Tasmania who has spent time in Western Australia to check the locations list.
A security guard working in a quarantine facility tested positive while two of his household contacts also tested positive.
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Public Health Services will be contacting anyone in Tasmania who has recently spent time in Western Australia to see if they have visited the locations which were visited by the three COVID positive cases.
The current health advice is if anyone in Tasmania has visited these locations at the times listed, they should self-isolate immediately. Anyone in this situation is asked to contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 after 8am on Sunday 2 May for further advice.
People intending to travel to Tasmania from Western Australia should also check the location list and advise the Western Australian Coronavirus Information Helpline if they have visited a listed area.
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