Updated 13 October 2022.
Based on health advice, more baseline public health and social measures will ease from Friday 9 September 2022. More information can be found here.
Mask mandate on public and passenger transport to ease from Friday 9 September. This includes all interstate and intrastate aircraft, public transport and rideshare. Mask wearing will still be required for high-risk settings such as hospitals, correctional facilities, residential aged care and disability service facilities to protect the most vulnerable and staff.
COVID Isolation periods are no longer mandatory as of 14 October 2022. But isolation periods will still apply to employees in vulnerable settings such as hospitals and aged care.
For venues that proof of vaccination IS still needed - People can also show proof of vaccination either in a digital or paper-based form, along with acceptable forms of identification if they do not use the ServiceWA app to show proof. For more information on proof of vaccination, click here.
If you need a paper copy but don't have access online, read here
For more information on WA’s current restrictions, as it is updated, click here.
No longer mandatory except for high risk settings for people aged 12 years and older (including year 7s) in the following settings:
- hospitals, residential aged care and disability service facilities, and correctional facilities.
Masks are encouraged where physical distancing isn’t possible.
The 2sqm rule and capacity limits has been removed for all venues and businesses.
COVID Vaccination proof requirements
- No longer required to enter venues and businesses
- Still required to visit hospitals and residential aged care facilities
- Mandatory workplace vaccination requirements will only apply to those working with the most vulnerable.
This means workers in the following sectors must be triple dose vaccinated to be able to enter their work premise:
- Healthcare and health support workers in hospitals and primary health care settings;
- Workers in residential aged care; and
- Workers in residential disability settings.
- ServiceWA can be used to help keep you proof of vaccination in one place when checking in to venues requiring proof.
Aged Care & Hospitals
- Visitation at residential aged care facilities, residential disability care facilities and hospitals will be eased from 2 September
- Exemptions apply for compassionate reasons
- Visitors are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations and wear a mask.
Remote Aboriginal Communities
Check the Remote Aboriginal communities travel page before travelling through remote areas in WA.
- From 15 June, directions to restrict access to Remote Aboriginal Communities will be removed given the wider spread of COVID-19 across the State.