COVID-19 and discrimination law
During the pandemic, and while various restrictions are in place, you have the right to live and work in a discrimination and harassment free environment.
Current restrictions in Tasmania, including travel and quarantine, business, gatherings, and households.
Supported accommodation for people with disability in Tasmania, Tasmanian support measures and stimulus package, NDIS Participants
Emergency relief support
Emergency relief services are delivered by community organisations, providing immediate financial and other support to people in financial crisis.
Financial services and support
If your finances have been impacted by COVID-19 and you are experiencing financial difficulty it is important to get help as early as possible
Public hospital patient visitation
A COVID-19 Visitor Policy has been developed for Tasmania’s Public Hospitals and Clinics.
information on residential tenancy changes during covid-19 emergency period, Other measures put in place during the emergency period, delay to evictions specifically due to rent in arrears
Stay Healthy Stay Connected
Stay Healthy, Stay Connected is a place for Tasmanians to find ways to look after your health and connect during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Schools and childcare
Information about schools, school closures, learning at home and sending your child to school during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Sport and recreation
Gathering restrictions are in place for sport, exercise and recreational activities.
Metro Tasmania are reducing cash transactions on board, school buses and Community transport
Community, Supporting Vulnerable Tasmanians and our Community, How to seek assistance – Public Health Hotline, Additional funding for community organisations, Mental health support, Addressing family violence, Supporting our vulnerable children