New South Wales has confirmed a fourth COVID-19 case, and declared more high-risk areas.
The fourth case is linked to the COVID-19 cluster in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.
Public Health director Dr Mark Veitch said anyone who had been in NSW since June 11 and was in Tasmania needed to check the list of high-risk areas.
Anyone who has been in any of the listed places on the dates and times specified must self-isolate and contact the Public Health Hotline.
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Anyone who was planning on travelling to Tasmania from the high-risk areas will not be permitted to enter the state.
Restrictions on entry to Tasmania will remain in place for those who have been in the Melbourne metropolitan area.
Restrictions will be reviewed on Monday.
For the latest information visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au.
To check the high-risk list visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au/travelalert.
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