The Tasmanian Government has declared a number of additional locations as high-risk, following confirmation of more positive cases of COVID-19 in Victoria.
All new cases announced today have been linked to previous cases.
The updated list of high-risk premises, which include Victorian and New South Wales locations, can be found on the Tasmanian coronavirus website.
These locations are updated regularly.
Anyone intending to travel to Tasmania from Victoria will not be permitted to enter the state unless approved as an essential traveller.
Tasmanian residents can apply for essential traveller status to return home. If approved they will be required to quarantine at suitable premises on arrival for 14 days.
If they do not have suitable premises, they will be required to quarantine in Government-designated accommodation at their own cost.
If you have any cold or flu symptoms, even mild, contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 to arrange a test.
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