Tasmania has reported 1109 new COVID-19 cases, a slight increase on the daily figure from 24 hours earlier.
It is the second day in a row the state’s fresh infections have surpassed one thousand, the first time that has occurred in about two and a half weeks.
Tasmania has 5716 documented active cases as of Wednesday, continuing a broad upward trend since February 16.
Fourteen people with the virus are in hospital, with seven of those being treated specifically for COVID-19. Four patients are in intensive care.
The state recorded 1051 new cases on Tuesday and 784 on Monday.
There has been 13 coronavirus-related deaths in Tasmania since the state reopened borders in mid-December and 26 in total.