18 May 2020
- Social distancing, good hygiene and the 4 square metre rule apply to all activities.
- Indoor and outdoor non-work gatherings of up to 20 people
- Weddings and funerals up to 20 people inside or 30 outside.
- Cafés and restaurants with meal service, including within pubs, bars, clubs, hotels and casino up to 20 patrons.
- Western Australians are encouraged to return to work, unless they are unwell or vulnerable.
- Non-contact community sports up to 20 participants.
- Outdoor or indoor fitness classes with no shared equipment, up to 20 participants.
- Public pools (1 indoor and 1 outdoor) permitted to open under strict rules and up to 20 patrons per pool.
- Places of worship, community facilities and libraries permitted to reopen up to 20 patrons.
Advice for business
Businesses across Western Australia need to comply with conditions outlined in the COVID Safety Guidelines and prepare a COVID Safety Plan before they re-open, to protect staff and customers.
Restrictions relaxed, with travel allowed:
- Between South West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Perth-Peel regions.
- Between Mid-West, Gascoyne and Pilbara regions (excluding the biosecurity zone).
- Within Goldfields-Esperance region (excluding the biosecurity zone).
- Within Kimberley Local Government areas (the Commonwealth’s biosecurity zone remains in place).
- Travel exemptions are still required to enter WA and travel between the 4 regions.
Download the COVID-19 WA roadmap.
For further information on Phase 2 restrictions, click here.
Original article published by WA Government.