COVID-19 Updates

City Updates Information from Authorities Community Support

Page last updated 26 April 2022

The Department of Health are the lead agency for this situation and people are advised to visit their website as a true and accurate source of information.

Various resources for employers, schools and higher education, health, aged care, childcare, transport, travel and hotel sectors are available at the following websites: 

National Coronavirus Health Information Line: 1800 020 080

City Services Update

As of Friday 29 April the proof of vaccination requirement will be removed for entry to all venues except for hospitals and residential aged care facilities.

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Community support

Looking after yourself physically

Most people who are generally fit and healthy and of younger age, especially if you have had 2 doses of vaccine, can manage their COVID-19 recovery at home. Read more about looking after yourself on the Healthy WA website.

Looking after yourself emotionally

The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful and continues to impact our mental health and well-being. Feelings of anxiety, distress and concern are normal, however, there are several steps you can take to look after your mental health. Read more about COVID-19 and mental health at Health Direct.

Below is a list of organisations that may be able to assist:

Regional Alliance West (08) 9938 0600
Government of Western Australia - Department of Health.  1800 020 080
HealthyWA 1800 022 222 
Head to Health 
Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636
Lifeline Australia 13 11 14
HelpingMinds 1800 811 747
Mensline Australia 1300 78 99 78
Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800
Black Dog Institute (02) 9382 2991    
Healthdirect 1800 022 222
Australian Government Services Australia (Links to MyGov, Centrelink and Medicare) 1800 020 080
Financial Counselling Service 1800 007 007  
Ethnolink Language Services 1300 727 441

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