Important Information and Resources from Authorities

Page last updated 26 April 2022


Public health and social measures to ease from 12:01am, Friday 29 April

Public health and social measures to ease from 12:01am, Friday 29 April. Read more.


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

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Proof of vaccination requirements

  • No longer required to enter venues and businesses
  • Still required to visit hospitals and residential aged care facilities
  • Mandatory workplace vaccination requirements will remain in place.

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What you can and can't do

For the most up-to-date information on current restrictions in Western Australia, including mask mandates, exposure sites and controlled border arrangements, visit the WA Government website.

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COVID-19 vaccination information

We’ve all worked together to keep Western Australia one of the safest places in the world.

To protect our lifestyle in the Midwest, there’s one more thing we need to do. We need to roll up our sleeves and get vaccinated for COVID-19 to protect our families, friends and community.

It’s time to Roll up for WA

You can now go online and register for your vaccination appointment.

Information on who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine is available on the Roll up for WA website.

Where can I get vaccinated?

You can go to a COVID-19 vaccination community clinic, your local GP or pharmacy. A full list of vaccination clinics in WA is available on the HealthyWA website.

Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 16 years old and over can now get vaccinated.

Book your appointment online through VaccinateWA or call 13 COVID (13 26843) between 8am-6pm, seven days a week.

You can speak to your local Aboriginal Medical Service or GP if you have any questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

The following information is available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people:

Other useful resources

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