Covid 19 Wa Health Department Restrictions

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June 27th, 2021

The Health Minister, Roger Cook held a press conference where he provided the following update on Western Australia’s response to the unfolding COVID-19 situation:


  • Perth and Peel regions will be moving to Phase 1 restrictions immediately.


Western Australia has recorded one new case of COVID-19 in the community overnight in relation to NSW travel.


As a result, and until public health can confirm if the virus has spread, restrictions will come into effect immediately for the Perth-Peel region for a minimum period of three days.


These restrictions include:

  • Mandatory mask wearing indoors, on public transport, and outdoors where physical distancing is not possible, primary school aged children and those who are exempt are not required to wear masks;
  • Public events that cannot be restricted to 150 people will be cancelled or played without spectators today – including the Chicken and Beer Festival and AFL West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs match at Optus Stadium. The match will proceed, but without spectators.
  • 30-person limit in all homes for private gatherings;
  • Hospitality, entertainment venues (including casino and nightclubs), retail, beauty/hairdressers, recreation centres (including gyms, pilates, yoga, dance and swimming pools) and places of worship can remain open, but must comply with the 2 square metre rule, with a maximum of 150 patrons.
  • Community sport is permitted.
  • Wedding and funerals can also proceed but will be limited to a maximum of 150 attendees.
  • Hospitals will have a maximum of four personal visitors permitted per patient per day – masks will be mandatory for staff and visitors.
  • Anyone who enters a regional area from the Perth-Peel region is required to wear a mask as per requirements in Perth-Peel, and travel should be minimised. Travel to remote Aboriginal Communities will be restricted.


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