Due to changes in National reporting, from 9 September 2022, the Department of Health will report Tasmania’s COVID-19 statistics on a weekly basis each Friday. Data reported is for the 7 days prior to 4pm each Thursday OR current figures as of Thursday 4pm each week.
The Department of Health publishes regular data from across the state of Tasmania to keep Tasmanians informed about COVID-19.
COVID-19 continues to circulate in the community. COVID-safe behaviours remain an important part of taking care of each other. We all need to play our part to protect ourselves from COVID-19 and take care of the people around us.
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View the latest Respiratory Surveillance Report
The information on this page is updated regularly. Data reported is for the 7 days prior to 4pm each Thursday OR current figures as of Thursday 4pm each week.
7 day average of new cases (statewide)*
New cases in the last 7 days (statewide)
Total cases since 15 December 2021
7-day average of new cases (North)
7-day average of new cases (North West)
7-day average of new cases (South)
Total new admissions to hospitals in last 7 days
Total new admissions to ICU in last 7 days
Deaths since 2020
Total booster doses for 2023 (18 and over)**
Booster doses in the past week (18 and over)**
*7-day daily average of new cases (statewide) includes reported cases from the state’s North, North-West, South, plus reported cases from interstate and overseas/unknown.
** Due to changes in Commonwealth reporting, vaccination data now shows 2023 booster doses rather than numbered doses. Vaccination data above are reported doses to 24 May 2023. Learn more about Australia's COVID-19 vaccination roll-out program.