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Case numbers quadruple in just one day. The South Australian outbreak has significantly increase to 17 new cases overnight. It began with a woman
South Australian travellers will now have to self-quarantine when arriving in Western Australia. Just like that the WA Border is back with travellers from
Western Australia has recorded 4 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend. As Western Australia borders ease, the state has recorded a further 4 new
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Case numbers quadruple in just one day. The South Australian outbreak has significantly increase to 17 new cases overnight. It began with a woman in her 80s, who caught the virus from an international traveller at the hotel she worked at. SA has not recorded community transmission since April. The woman has since passed the
South Australian travellers will now have to self-quarantine when arriving in Western Australia. Just like that the WA Border is back with travellers from South Australia now to face the same restrictions as Victoria and New South Wales. Anyone arriving in Western Australia from South Australia will be required to self-quarantine for two weeks, following
Western Australia has recorded 4 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend. As Western Australia borders ease, the state has recorded a further 4 new COVID-19 cases all from return travellers. On Saturday there were no new cases recorded, however overnight there were 4 new cases confirmed – two females and two males associated with international
Prime Minister pushes all States and Territories towards COVID normal. WA may not have signed onto the National Re-opening Framework, but from today people from all over the country can enter the State. Of those, people from NSW and Victoria will need to quarantine for two weeks upon arrival. But Health Minister Roger Cook was clear the
After initially being approved, Perth Skyworks 2021 has now been cancelled.
Latest Perth COVID-19 update for week commencing Monday 9 of November. From Monday 9th of November, Western Australia has recorded seven new cases of COVID-19 and now has 13 active cases within the state. Of the seven new cases within the state this week – all have been returning travellers to Perth and are all
The first phase of WA’s Border ease will occur tonight. Today WA Premier Mark McGowan has confirmed people from South Australia, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory and Tasmania can enter without quarantine from midnight tonight. People from New South Wales and Victoria will still need to isolate for 14 days. States allowed into Western
Outside of Australia, the world is battling a ferocious second wave of COVID-19.
Pfizer and BioNTech revealing today their vaccine was more than 90 per cent effective.
WA’s COVID-19 total is now at 769 with 42 active cases.
Western Australia’s COVID-19 total now stands at 760 with 694 people have recovered from the virus.
There are now 48 active cases of COVID-19 being monitored in Western Australia.
From October 24th or 11:59pm, Friday, October 23 selected venues that predominantly hold seated events are exempt from the two square meter rule.
A further 24 positive crew members have now been reported by the Department of Health.
Two of the five cases are associated with the Key Integrity and AL Messilah vessels.
Mark McGowan raised concerns with “border hopping” yesterday, as 23 New Zealanders flew into the State from NSW.
Health Minister Roger Cook today confirmed a crew member from a cargo ship docked in Fremantle has tested positive for COVID-19.
Total of 709 COVID-19 cases has now been confirmed in Western Australia.