Update on NSW cases
New South Wales Health has today advised of a further COVID-19 case in a close contact of the confirmed case. Based on contact tracing efforts of these diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Sydney, several more premises have been declared as high risk by Tasmania’s Acting Director of Public Health.
Suspected case of rare thrombosis syndrome investigated
The Tasmanian Department of Health has convened an expert alert advisory panel to review a case of suspected thrombosis with thrombocytopaenia syndrome (TTS) following vaccination with the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
New South Wales premises declared high risk
A number of sites in and around Sydney will be declared as high-risk premises by the Acting Director of Public Health from 12:01am 6 May 2021.
Additional WA high-risk premises declared
Based on WA contact tracing efforts for previously diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Perth, several more premises have been declared as high risk by Tasmania’s Acting Director of Public Health.
Western Australian cases
Western Australian Health has today announced three cases of COVID 19 in the state. The initial case was diagnosed in a security guard working in a quarantine facility with two of his household contacts also testing positive.