COVID-19 Update: Transitioning out of lockdown

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Transitioning out of lockdown

Last night, Premier Mark McGowan announced what life for West Australians will look like IF we have a fifth consecutive day with zero community transmissions of COVID-19.

From 6pm Friday 5 February until 12:01am Sunday 14 February:
  • All business and venues can reopen, except for the casino and nightclubs;
  • Masks will remain mandatory both indoors and outdoors except for during rigorous outdoor exercise;
  • 4sqm capacity rule and 150-person capacity at hospitality, entertainment, fitness venues and events including weddings, funerals (excluding staff);
  • Community sport can involve up to 150 people including players, officials and spectators;
  • Seated service only at hospitality venues;
  • Dancing only permitted at weddings and dance studios;
  • 20-person limit for private indoor and outdoor gatherings;
  • Visits to aged care and disability care facilities restricted to compassionate grounds and advocates;
  • Residential school and boarding facilities can resume with a COVID Safety Plan;
  • Only essential travel including work is permitted in and out of the Perth and Peel regions to other parts of WA.
  • South-West regions will return to full pre-lockdown conditions
 WA Police would like to thank the West Australian community for their ongoing cooperation and support.

Read more on the WA Gov website.