The Tasmania Department of Health have reaffirmed that Victoria remains a high-risk location while anyone who travelled to Queensland from June 5 or NSW from June 1 is urged to check the premise list.
Health authorities are continuing to monitor Victoria and it's regional areas daily to adapt their restrictions.
A COVID-19 case has been confirmed in Queensland with Tasmanian health officials urging anyone who was in NSW from June 1 or travelled to Queensland from June 5 to check the premise list which will be updated.
The list can be found here www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travelalert for a list of premises in both states declared by the Tasmanian Director of Public Health as high risk. Further premises are likely to be added to this list and people recently in NSW or Queensland should check the list regularly.
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Travellers should self-isolate if they have attended any of these premises and contact the Public Health Hotline on Thursday for advice.
Restrictions on travel are still in place for Victoria, anyone travelling from Victoria to Tasmania will not be allowed into Tasmania unless approved as an essential traveller. This also applies to anyone that has visited a high-risk site.
If approved as an essential traveller, 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.
It is also important that travellers are aware of restrictions in place in other states, including Victoria and parts of New South Wales and Queensland.
Be aware that the premise list and restrictions can be updated regularly so it is important to check.
Please monitor your symptoms and abide by COVID-safe rules.
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