Tasmania is monitoring the potential easing of lockdown in South Australia and Victoria before making any changes to their border restrictions with those states.
Tasmania's current border restrictions with Victoria, NSW and South Australia will remain in place for now.
"They are on track to ease their lockdowns from midnight tonight tomorrow night, while no final decisions have been made my advice from public health is that they are in a good place," Premier Peter Gutwein said.
"The expectation is that we would see their lockdowns lifted tomorrow night."
The Premier indicated previously that measure would need to be taken by both states before Tasmania changed their border restrictions to both states.
South Australia reported one locally acquired case of COVID-19 overnight, Victoria recorded 11 cases, while NSW reported 145 cases today.
Mr Gutwein reiterated that Tasmania would likely take a conservative approach to reopening the borders to travellers.
"Our public health have always taken a sensible, responsible but also conservative approach to opening up the state when a state comes out of lockdown," Mr Gutwein said.
Mr Gutwein expressed his sympathy to NSW over their current COVID situation.
"What is occuring in NSW will have a detrimental impact on NSW and will have a detrimental impact on the country's economy," he said.
"It's important that while we are in a good place we do everything that we can to remain in that good place."
Mr Gutwein confirmed that the upcoming AFL game in Hobart would remain and a second game would be held in Tasmania.
On Monday, The state government confirmed that 30,013 businesses had now signed up to be part of the COVID check-in Tas app.
Mr Gutwein confirmed the government was monitoring the COVID situation in Queensland.
It was confirmed there are 109 travellers from high risk areas are in government quarantine in Tasmania.
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