Tasmanian businesses seek assurance on no more Covid-19 lockdowns | ABC New

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Southern Tasmania has come back to life following the lifting of the region’s three day lockdown last night.

Through no faulty of their own, the tourism, entertainment and hospitality sectors have been left holding the bill for the shutdown.

While have been understanding about the need to put half state on hold – they now want assurances it won’t happen again.

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