Updated 15 February, 2021.
The Perth and Peel restrictions have ended as planned from 12.01am, Sunday, 14 February.
This means the whole of Western Australia returns to the pre-lockdown conditions, as experienced prior to 6pm on Sunday, 31 January.
The Chief Health Officer has advised that the full 14-day incubation period has run its course, with no indication of any community transmission.
From Sunday, 14 February masks will no longer be required to be worn either inside or outside, there will be no travel restrictions in WA, except for remote Aboriginal communities and mandatory contact registration will continue, as was planned prior to the lockdown.
WA’s controlled interstate border and capacity restrictions, which were in place prior to the snap five-day lockdown, will be in place pending ongoing health advice.
- Western Australians should continue to practise physical distancing where possible, maintain good personal hygiene at all times and get tested when unwell.
- It is vital that all Western Australians ensure they are registering their contact details, at businesses and venues where contact registers are mandatory, to assist contact tracing if it is required.
- As was the case before the lockdown, public or private events involving more than 500 patrons that require local government authority approval will need an approved COVID Event Plan as part of that process.