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Update on COVID-19 announcements: Tasmania


Last Updated: 11 May 2020

In Tasmania, restrictions are being eased on a weekly basis.

From Monday, May 11:

  • Funerals: Increase from 10 to 20 attendees
  • Aged care visits: One visit per week and no more than two visitors
  • National parks and reserves: Open to residents for exercise within 30km of their home
  • TasTAFE campuses and training facilities Open for invited small groups of students

From Monday, May 18:

  • Gatherings increase to 10 people for weddings. 30 people for outdoor funerals
  • Restaurants and cafes to open for up to 10 people
  • Border controls remain; Tasmanian residents can quarantine in own home
  • Libraries open for up to 10 people
  • Parks and playgrounds up to 10 people

From Monday, May 25:

  • Schools: Kindergarten to Year 6 students return to learning at school
  • Year 11 and 12 students at extension schools and colleges return to learning at school
  • Aged care visits - move to national restrictions of two visitors once a day

From Tuesday, June 9

  • High school students from years 7 to 10 return to learning at school

From Saturday, June 13

  • Racing resumes (subject to a review and risk assessment by Public Health)

From Monday, June 15

  • Open homes & auctions - 20 people
  • Gyms and boot camps - 20 people
  • Beauty services including tattoo, nails, waxing, facials and tanning - 20 people
  • Park and playgrounds - 20 people
  • Outdoor community sport - 20 people
  • Indoor sport - 20 people
  • Gatherings increase to 20 people including restaurants/cafes, cinemas, museums, galleries, historic sites, religious gatherings and weddings
  • Visitors to households to be reviewed
  • Funerals up to 50 people
  • Accommodation, unlimited
  • Camping, overnight boating and shacks open