All the latest information can be found here – https://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/
You can exercise and take part in both indoor and outdoor sports in Tasmania.
During sports, exercise and recreational activities:
- Up to 1,000 people can gather at an outdoor premises.
- Up to 250 people can gather in an undivided indoor area.
- There can’t be more than 1 person per 2 square metres.
Athletes, staff, coaches, spectators, volunteers, children and babies are all included in the caps on numbers.
Full contact training and full-contact and non-contact competition sport can all take place. You can share sports equipment and use changing rooms and other shared facilities, although you should avoid using the facilities if you can.
Larger teams should separate into smaller groups at training and limit non-essential social activities.
Follow physical distancing rules and stay 1.5 metres away from other people, where practicable.
Mandatory ‘Check in TAS’ app
A range of businesses, venues, organisations and events must register for and use the free Check in TAS app to collect the contact details of patrons aged 16 years and older.
For more information, including the complete list of applicable businesses and events, and how to register, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas and click on ‘Information for organisations and businesses’.
Tasmanians and visitors aged 16 years and older must check in to a range of businesses, venues, organisations and events using the Check in TAS app.
If you don’t have an electronic device or are unable to use one, others in your group can check you in on their device or staff can check you in manually. You can also register for a Check in TAS card that can be scanned at businesses and venues across Tasmania.
For more information about the Check in TAS app, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas. Then select ‘Information for the community’ to apply for the check in card or contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 for assistance.
For more information about restrictions in Tasmania, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au and select ‘Current restrictions’.
Travelling to Tasmania
The restrictions that apply when travelling to Tasmania will depend on your COVID-19 vaccination status, and whether you’ve been in a high- or extreme-risk area in the previous 14 days.
This includes both domestic and international locations.
All travellers must register through the Tas e-Travel system. You can register or apply to travel to Tasmania up to 7 days before you arrive.
For a list of current high and extreme-risk areas, go to coronavirus.tas.gov.au and click on ‘Coming to Tasmania‘.
Fully vaccinated travellers
You’re considered fully vaccinated if:
- you’ve completed a course of a TGA-approved or recognised COVID-19 vaccine (including mixed doses) and at least 14 days have passed since the final dose
- you have acceptable proof you can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons
- you’re under the age of 12 years and 2 months
If you’re fully vaccinated but have spent time in any high-risk areas in the 14 days before you intend to arrive in Tasmania, you are required to return a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test within 24 hours before departure, or a PCR test 72 hours prior to departure to Tasmania.
If you’re travelling on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry, you can have the test within the relevant period before boarding.
If you’ve been out of Tasmania for 7 days or fewer, and spent time in a high-risk area, you don’t need to have a COVID-19 test taken before departure for Tasmania. You’ll be given a rapid antigen test on arrival and encouraged to use the test if you experience symptoms or are a close contact of a case.
The testing requirements apply to all travellers aged 5 years and older.
If you’ve been in an extreme risk area in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania, you will need approval to enter.
People who are not fully vaccinated — excluding people aged under 12 years and 2 months or who have a medical exemption, see above — cannot enter Tasmania unless approved. This includes Tasmanian residents.
You can submit an application through the Tas e-Travel system, which will need to include:
- status of residence (if applicable)
- evidence of suitable premises (or apply for hotel quarantine)
- evidence of a negative result from a COVID-19 PCR test taken in the 72 hours prior to departure to Tasmania (this applies for all travellers aged 5 years and older)
If your application is approved, you must comply with the following entry conditions:
- arrive at approved entry points
- quarantine in suitable premises or a government-managed facility
- minimum 5 days quarantine, up to 14 days depending on test results
- if you have been in a high-risk area in 14 days before arriving in Tasmania:
- if you have been in a low-risk area in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania:
You can apply for an exemption from quarantine if your travel is for essential reasons. If approved, conditions will apply.
Travel within Tasmania
People can travel within Tasmania.
King Island and Flinders Islands residents can travel to mainland Tasmania without quarantining on their return if they don’t travel via medium or high-risk locations in Australia.
For more information on restrictions in Tasmania, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au.
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