Important Information and Resources from Authorities

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

The WA Roadmap to carefully ease COVID-19 restrictions is now available and can be viewed here.

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Intrastate Travel Boundaries

Further border restrictions will be lifted on Friday 29 May.

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COVIDSafe app

The Department of Health has released a COVIDSafe app for both iPhone and Android. The COVIDSafe app helps find close contacts of COVID-19 cases.

The app helps state and territory health officials to quickly contact people who may have been exposed to COVID-19.

Learn more

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COVID-19 Statistics

Local COVID-19 information is now at the fingertips of all Western Australians after the launch today of a new COVID-19 dashboard.

The dashboard enables members of the public to track the State’s current COVID-19 curve and stay up-to-date with other local COVID-19 information through a combination of maps, graphs and tables.

It has been developed by the Department of Health and can be accessed from its website.

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Researchers at The University of Queensland’s Institute for Social Science Research is conducting a survey that focuses on the impacts that COVID-19 have had on individuals’ work and family situations, and how these situations have evolved and changed since the outbreak of the virus.

This survey will be important in helping to understand more about how people are managing and coping with this pandemic and will help direct resources and policies to where they are needed the most.

Click here to participate in the survey.

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