WA is ready to live with COVID

No more masks, one-per-two-square- metre caps, or proof of vaccination required from 12:01am this Friday.

Western Australia is easing a bunch of its COVID-19 restrictions from tomorrow, including the removal of capacity limits, masks and proof of vaccination mandates. 

From 12:01am on Friday, 29 April, masks will no longer be required indoors, except in areas considered high-risk such as on public transport and in hospitals, aged care facilities, and at the airport.

All capacity and gathering limits will lifted, including for major events and in stadiums, hospitality venues and entertainment venues, with proof of vaccination no longer required either. However, staff in certain industries will still be required to be fully vaccinated.

Interstate travellers will no longer have to register for a G2G pass to enter into WA, nor will they need to be triple-vaccinated.

Isolation rules will also ease, with close contacts no longer having to self-isolate as long as they are symptom-free. However, they will be required to take a daily RAT, wear a mask, avoid high-risk places such as hospitals, work from home if possible, and avoid non-essential gatherings and vulnerable people for a minimum of seven days.

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