Five more people are in hospital in Tasmania due specifically to COVID-19 and another person is in intensive care, the Health Department's latest data shows.
It brings the total number of people in hospital for COVID to 16 - up from 11 from Saturday's reporting - and three people in ICU.
A total of 39 COVID-positive people are in Tasmanian hospitals, with 23 being primarily treated for unrelated medical conditions.
Daily case numbers reduced again, from 726 on Saturday to 625 on Sunday, and active cases have dropped from 5746 to 5650. Of the new cases, the majority were recorded via rapid antigen tests.
The number of RATs distributed increased from 2611 to 3713, while daily lab tests remained steady at around 1650.
The number of people released from isolation again surpassed the number of new cases.
The Department of Health is urging anyone eligible for a booster vaccination to book an appointment.
The gap between second and third dose has reduced to four months and there were thousands of available appointments at state-run clinics over the coming days. GPs and pharmacies can also provide the vaccinations.
Almost 95 per cent of Tasmanians aged 12 and above have received two doses of the vaccine, and 32.6 per cent of adults have received the third dose.
Two deaths have been reported in the past three days - a 90-year-old woman at a Southern aged care home, and an 85-year-old person at Mersey Community Hospital which was unrelated to the hospital's outbreak.
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