Accommodation Support for Frontline Workers – Tasmania

$1 million will be available for accomodation for frontline workers if they need to stay away from home.

$1 million will be available for accomodation for frontline workers if they need to stay away from home, in circumstances where their family members are ill. This way, they can continue to contribute to our response in a safe way.

We will help primary health workers to make sure they have the resources they need to look after the community.

Accommodation Support for frontline workers

  • $1 million will be available for accomodation for frontline workers if they need to stay away from home, in circumstances where their family members are ill. This way, they can continue to contribute to our response in a safe way.

We’re supporting front line workers by providing accommodation for them if their family members are ill, so they can continue to contribute to our response.

Further information will be provided as it becomes available.

Eligibility

  • This will be available to frontline workers if they need to stay away from home.

 

FAQs

This will be available to frontline workers if they need to stay away from home.

Self-isolation requires an individual to stay home or in a hotel for 14 days with no outside contact.

For Tasmania-specific information and updates, visit the Tasmanian Government Department of Health website at www.health.tas.gov.au/coronavirus and follow the Department of Health on Facebook at www.facebook.com/healthtas.

Accommodation Support for Frontline Workers - Tasmania - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Who is eligible?

This will be available to frontline workers if they need to stay away from home.

What is self isolation?

Self-isolation requires an individual to stay home or in a hotel for 14 days with no outside contact.

More information

For Tasmania-specific information and updates, visit the Tasmanian Government Department of Health website at www.health.tas.gov.au/coronavirus and follow the Department of Health on Facebook at www.facebook.com/healthtas.

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