We all have a responsibility for the animals in our care, and the COVID-19 response measures permit us to continue to look after our animals.
A close contact is someone who spends at least 15 minutes in face-to-face contact with someone who’s had a positive test result or spends more than 2 hours in an enclosed room with someone who’s had a positive test result.
The COVIDSafe app is an Australian Government initiative that keeps a secure note of other users you’ve been near to enhance response measures if someone is confirmed as a COVID-19 case.
Check in TAS
The app enables you to check-in to businesses, venues and events and have your data stored securely with the Tasmanian Department of Health in the event contact tracing is needed due to a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the community
All persons aged 12 and older who enter a Tasmanian airport must wear a face mask that meets the minimum standard, as defined by Public Health
We all have the opportunity and a responsibility to protect lives and livelihoods by maintaining COVID-safe behaviours.
Gatherings, density and physical distancing
Gatherings, density and physical distancing requirements for households and venues.
Higher risk Tasmanians
Information for people at higher risk of developing severe illness with COVID-19.
I want to report non-compliance
I have information / concerns about non-compliance with self-isolation requirements or gathering restrictions
Where to get help if you need mental health support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Testing for COVID-19
Information on who can be tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease and what's involved. This page helps you understand what to expect before and after getting tested for COVID-19.
What you can do
Things you can do to prevent the spread of coronavirus are washing your hands, increasing the space between you and other people and cleaning frequently touched surfaces.