Luxury Accommodation Tasmania Covid – masks mandates lifted
The Premier of Tasmania has announced that from 5pm, Friday 11 March 2022 masks will not be mandatory in many settings. This includes hospitality and tourism premises, workplaces, personal care, sport and recreation, retail and service sectors. This applies to customers and staff.
The following information was provided today:
Masks are no longer required at indoor or outdoor events, regardless of the number of people attending, unless approved. Public Health approves an event under the COVID-19 Safe Events and Activities in Tasmania Framework.
Businesses and organisations may require staff and/or patrons and visitors to wear masks as part of their COVID-19 Safety Plans.
People may also continue to wear a face mask when it is not mandatory. The voluntary wearing of face masks reduces possibility of transmission after coming into contact with airborne infectious droplets.
Masks are recommenced as extra protection if you:
- are in a setting where you cannot physically distance
- work in a public-facing role
- or are vulnerable to COVID-19. Read more about choosing to wear a face mask.
For more information about face masks and the changes to requirements, please visit the coronavirus website at www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/facemasks
Mask policy at The Woodbridge
At The Woodbridge staff will continue to wear masks.
We will ask guests to wear masks in the common areas indoors, in consideration of the staff and other guests.