Changes over Easter
We need your help
As part of the fight against COVID-19, the Tasmanian Department of Health is asking, doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals to register their interest in coming to work for us.
Fourth coronavirus death
On behalf of the Tasmanian Government I would like to pass on my heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and loved ones of the man who sadly passed away today from coronavirus.
Since 6pm last night, Tasmania has confirmed four cases of coronavirus. This brings the State's tally to 111.
Cashless bus fares and fare amnesty extended
Current arrangements for cashless buses and the bus fare amnesty have been extended to Sunday 31 May 2020.
Increased support for family and sexual violence during COVID-19
Keeping Tasmanians safe and secure is the Tasmanian Government’s highest priority as we face the significant challenges presented to us by the spread of COVID-19.
Look after yourself and others
We want all Tasmanians to have a safe and happy Easter. This year will be very different, however I want to assure everyone that services to help your wellbeing, alcohol, tobacco or other drug use will remain available through the weekend and beyond.
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