- As of 11.59pm on Friday June 24, most workers and volunteers no longer need to be double-vaccinated be able to attend the workplace. Workplaces can consider setting COVID-19 vaccination policies as part of their own workplace conditions.
- Masks will no longer be required in airports, but must still be worn on public transport, taxis, ride share, planes and in sensitive settings such as hospitals and care facilities.
- All venues and workplaces, including churches, must continue to maintain a COVID-safe plan.
- Close contacts no longer have to quarantine for seven days, provided they wear a mask indoors and avoid high-risk settings. They must also return at least five negative rapid antigen tests over seven days. As of June 25 positive cases may leave home to drive a household member directly to or from education or work without leaving their vehicle.
- A full list of current Victorian restrictions and guidance is available in the VIC FAQ document below.
- Close Close contacts of COVID cases in Tasmania no longer need to quarantine for seven days, but are still be required to follow a range of public health measures, including wearing a facemask in all indoor settings outside the home.
- COVID-safe plans are still required to be maintained by all venues, including churches.
- Face Masks are no longer required to be worn in airport terminals, but are still required on board all aircraft in Australia. Travellers should therefore carry a face mask at all times.
- As of June 25, masks are no longer required in schools, early childhood centres, or on public transport, however some public transport providers and child care centres (for staff and parents only) may still require masks to be worn based on individual risk assessments.
- From July 1, the requirement to wear face masks in all other remaining settings such as hospitals, residential aged care facilities, disability providers and correctional facilities will be based on individual organisational risk assessments for each of these settings.
- Although not mandatory, mask wearing is still strongly recommended in airport terminals and other indoor settings, especially where physical distancing is not possible.
- Positive Rapid Antigen Tests must be registered with the Health Department as soon as possible in order to be able to access support services.
- A full list of current Tasmanian guidance is available in the TAS FAQ document below.
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