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11.25pm BST

Gutwein on national cabinet discussing rent, says it’s important to get the right landing between landlords and renters, so that businesses can “reactivate” when on the other side of this crisis.

He says foreign workers and visa holders will also be discussed on how they can be supported.

11.23pm BST

Tasmanian premier Peter Gutwein said the current “Fortress Tasmania” restrictions will last for four weeks but could last for longer.

He says Tasmania is below the national daily rate of new confirmed coronavirus cases at around 5%.

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