Tasmania's plan to reopen its borders to the entire country will remain unchanged as the tally of new cases with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 grows.
Victoria reported 1069 locally acquired COVID-19 cases on Sunday which brought its total number of active cases up to 11,393.
There were 13 new deaths from COVID-19 recorded.
New South Wales recorded 485 new cases with one new case of the Omicron variant admitted to hospital.
There are now 55 cases of Omicron in the state.
South Australia recorded 10 new COVID-19 cases which brought its total number of active cases to 64.
The ACT recorded one new case to add to its 69 active cases
In Queensland, there were seven new cases acquired locally over the weekend on the Gold Coast.
The state now has 47 active COVID-19 cases.
In light of the community spread of Omicron in Queensland, Western Australia will reclassify the state as a low-risk area from Monday.
This means that travellers to WA from Queensland must be fully vaccinated, return a negative COVID-19 test and complete 14 days' quarantine on arrival to the state.
Government minister Roger Jaensch said the government would watch the evolving situation in all states ahead of borders reopening on Wednesday.
"We will be constantly monitoring what's happening in other states and what implications there are for Tasmania, and as before, we'll take Public Health advice on those issues," he said.
Fully vaccinated travellers to Tasmanian will need to provide evidence of their vaccination certificate and will still need to register through Tas e-Travel system from December 15.
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