Travellers from South Australia arriving in Tasmania are now required to quarantine, in a ‘suitable residence’ or a government hotel.
Also, anyone currently in Tasmania who has spent time in South Australia since last Monday (November 9) has been asked to immediately self-isolate at their home or in accommodation.
The Tasmanian border will open to Victoria on November 27, ahead of the previously-planned date of December 1.
This means people travelling into Tasmania from Victoria will be allowed to quarantine at home, instead of a government-run hotel.
However, the early reopening will be dependent on Victoria’s coronavirus cases remaining low.
Tasmania’s border reopened to travellers from New South Wales on November 6.
From October 26, residents of South Australia, Western Australia, Queensland, the Northern Territory and the ACT have been able to enter Tasmania without quarantining.