A woman has been fined $1557 for arriving in Launceston after flying from Sydney on the weekend.
In a statement, Tasmania Police said the woman's G2G PASS was rejected but "she continued her travel to Tasmania anyway".
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"Travellers from high-risk areas should not assume they will be granted Essential Traveller status or have access to hotel quarantine until they receive approval in the form of their G2G PASS," the statement reads.
The government increased the on-the-spot fine from August 11 for people who arrive in Tasmania having been rejected and told not to come due to travelling from a high risk area.
The increased penalty was part of the government's four-point Delta Shield Plan, which also included expanding the vaccination rollout, enhanced contact tracing capacity and a business support package.
Tasmanians could also be fined $775 for failing to use the Check In Tas app.
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