Tasmania has eased a tranche of coronavirus restrictions but the state won't be pushed into reopening its borders despite movement elsewhere in the country.
Limits on indoor venues, including pubs and clubs, restaurants and cinemas, were raised to 80 people at midday on Wednesday.
The state, which is free of active virus cases and hasn't recorded a new case in more than a month, has brought forward their restriction-easing timeline in recent weeks.
South Australia on Tuesday opened its borders to Tasmania and those in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.
But the island state's government is holding firm with a plan to make a June 26 call on borders, with a likely opening in late July.
"It's important that we don't make decisions on the fly," Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockliff said.
"We will naturally be easing our restrictions over time, that will include of course opening our borders again.
"That may be to some states, or more states, but we have to take that public health advice and be absolutely certain that we are not risking a second wave of COVID-19."
Amid a disrupted school year, kindergarten to Year 2 students will receive extra support and resources from teachers, it was announced on Wednesday.
The state government is also providing nearly 8000 families with reading materials to foster storytelling between parents and their children.
Among other restrictions to ease, up to 20 people are now allowed to visit homes.