WA Now Has 0 Active COVID-19 Cases For First Time In 481 Days

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No new cases reported today and more importantly no active cases currently in the state.

Congratulations WA we did it! We now have zero active cases being monitored within the state of Western Australia.

While there have been many times that we have come close to zero active cases it has now been 481 days since Western Australia recorded its first positive case of COVID-19.

So that means since February 16, 2020 there has always been at least one active case within the state. But no more!

While the zero active cases might be short-lived with the daily influx of international travellers, this is definitely a small win to celebrate given the situations many have faced in other states and of course in foreign countries all around the world.

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Western Australia COVID-19 by the numbers

  • 1,018 total cases have been recorded in Western Australia
  • 1,009 individuals have recovered
  • 1,231,907 COVID-19 tests have been performed in WA
  • 157,329 of these tests are from regional WA

30-49 year olds able to access COVID-19 vaccinations

The state has also responded positively following the State Government’s decision to provide people 30 to 49 years with access to COVID-19 vaccinations.

It has now been reported approximately 74,500 people have booked a vaccination appointment with WA Health since the announcement on 8 June.

“With more doses now becoming available, Western Australia can get on with it and get vaccinated.”

“We’ve opened up the COVID-19 vaccination rollout to a broader group of people in an effort to build momentum and get more people vaccinated,” Mr McGowan stated in the vaccination announcement earlier this week.

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Western Australia vaccination results to date

  • 454,283 first doses have now been administered
  • 79,102 individuals are now fully vaccinated
  • 3.7% of the total WA population is now fully vaccinated

For the latest WA vaccination figures, visit wa.gov.au.

Feature image: AAP Image/Richard Wainwright

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