Coronavirus Update - Travel to Furneaux Islands
Travelling to Flinders Island, King Island or other islands in the Furneaux Group.
No residents of mainland Tasmania are to travel to Flinders Island, King Island or other islands in the Furneaux Group unless they are residents of those islands or Specified Persons outlined in the schedule.
Any resident of the islands returning to the island from mainland Tasmania are to self-isolate for 14 days, from contact with all persons other than persons with who they ordinarily reside.
Self-isolation requirements do not apply to residents of the islands travelling between the islands.
Please see below a list of major updates on www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au as at Monday 30 March 2020. This website remains the single source of truth for information relating to the Tasmanian response to COVID-19.
Today’s major updates include:
- Coming to Tasmania
- Information for people entering mandatory isolation
- Travelling to King Island, Flinders Island or other islands in the Furneaux Group
- Fly-in-fly-out workers
- Public gatherings
- Business restrictions
- Tasmanian border restrictions fact sheet (Travelling with children 17 and under)