Tasmania lifts Greater Sydney restrictions
Fewer arrivals will be forced into home or hotel quarantine in Tasmania.
As of midnight, the final 10 local government areas in Greater Sydney were downgraded to low risk, meaning arrivals from there no longer have to quarantine in Tasmania.
It comes amidst a reopening of borders around the country, WA allowing Queensland arrivals in without isolation from midnight on Monday and Victoria from Friday.
Queensland, NSW, Victoria, South Australia and New Zealand reported no new coronavirus cases in the community in the last 24 hours.
NSW still has the highest active coronavirus case count, with 57 people undergoing treatment, none of them in intensive care.