Police to use SMS technology to strengthen home quarantine compliance checks
Tasmania Police will use SMS technology to further strengthen home quarantine compliance checking.
Tasmania’s air and sea ports prepare for eased border restrictions
Our number one priority throughout COVID-19 has been to protect the health and safety of Tasmanians, and this will continue as we start to ease our border restrictions with low risk jurisdictions from tomorrow, Monday 26 October.
New Processes for arrivals into Tasmania
From this coming Monday the 26 October, Tasmania’s border restrictions will continue to be based on the areas where travellers have spent time prior to arriving in in our state, with areas classified as either low, medium or high-risk.
Consultation on Events Framework underway
As we move to the next stage of our recovery, many Tasmanians are looking forward to being able to enjoy larger live events. To help us achieve this in a new COVID normal and safe way, we are developing a framework to support event organisers to plan and hold their events from 1 December 2020.
Urging Tasmanian businesses to stay COVID safe
As we prepare to relax our border restrictions with low risk jurisdictions on 26 October, it’s important that all Tasmanian businesses review their COVID-Safety plans and processes and ensure they are clearly communicating requirements with patrons and customers.
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