It's time to roll up your sleeves Tasmania - people aged 30 and over will be eligible to receive a Pfizer vaccine from Monday, August 2.
On Friday National Cabinet worked out a four-step roadmap, with Tasmania agreeing in principle to all four steps, which relied on the rise of vaccination rates.
Approximately 47 per cent of eligible Tasmanians have so far had their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
"We want to do more," Premier Peter Gutwein said on Friday evening.
"There are spots available in August. You'll be able to call in and book from [Saturday] moving forward."
Meanwhile, the ballot for the next round of Tasmanian travel vouchers will open at 9am on Thursday, August 5, and close at 5pm on Monday, August 9.
Randomly allocated voucher recipients will be emailed on Wednesday, August 11.
Vouchers will be redeemable seven days a week at a value of $300 - $200 for accommodation, and $100 for tourism experiences or care hire.
There will be no requirement to travel outside of your municipal area, with one voucher per person.
Also announced, UTAS Stadium is set to see back-to-back blockbuster weekends of AFL action, with the Hawthorn vs Collingwood match set to be moved from the MCG due to COVID uncertainty interstate.
The border with NSW is set to remain closed for the immediate future.
Victoria and South Australia will remain classified as low-risk, with Queensland being closely monitored by Public Health after a Brisbane student tested positive for coronavirus.
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