Tasmania hits highest daily number of Covid cases

Three people are hospitalized but none in intensive care or on ventilation – two of them are hospitalized for reasons other than Covid. The latest data comes as more Tasmanian businesses use social media to alert customers that they are closing due to understaffing due to exposure to Covid-19. The Tasmanians have also taken it upon themselves to alert the community that they have tested positive for the virus and to indicate their location on a new Facebook page. Those who publish say they do it because the official government exhibition site website is not being updated. – the last update was on December 28. “Sharing exhibition sites is not about telling people not to go to these places, but about informing people who may have been there at the same time,” one poster explained. NED-5267-COVID-19 Testing and isolating national protocols “Continue to support these companies that have been exposed. We no longer want to lose local businesses. Urban Greek told customers on Tuesday that they were “part of the growing list of closed hospitality venues due to the need for our staff to isolate themselves.” “We understand this has a significant impact on you by as customers, but please understand that we are following sanitary guidelines to keep everyone safe. We aim to reopen on January 9, but that date is subject to change as new information continues to be released to us. ” resume operations on Wednesday after it closed due to being an exhibition site.NED-5263-New-Covid-19-close-contact-definition The company said its staff returned negative test results and the cafe was undergoing a clean professional Covid-19 safe before the doors reopened. “We would like to thank the entire Dorset community for their support, compassion and understanding to us during this time difficult for our business, ”said the owners. “This was not an ideal location for our cafe during the busiest time of year and was a huge loss for us. But above all, we are grateful that our staff and community are safe and in good health. ”helen.kempton@news.com.au

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