Restrictions introduced for Perth and Peel

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The restrictions follow a community case of COVID-19 being detected in the community.
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Effective 12pm, Sunday 27 June, restrictions will be introduced for Perth and Peel for a minimum 3 days.

This follows a community case of COVID-19 being detected overnight in WA, relating to NSW travel.

People are encouraged to check the locations in WA visited by confirmed cases.


  • Masks mandatory:
    • Indoors
    • Public transport
    • Outdoor public areas where physical distancing is not possible.  
  • Mask-wearing mandatory except for primary school students and those who are exempt.


  • Limit of 30 visitors to the home.


  • Events that cannot be restricted to 150 people will be cancelled or played without spectators today.
  • West Coast Eagles vs Western Bulldogs at Optus Stadium will go ahead without spectators.
  • Chicken and Beer Festival will be cancelled.

Business and venues

  • 150 patron limit and 2sqm rule for:
    • Hospitality
    • Beauty/hairdressing
    • Public venues (swimming pools, recreation centres)
    • Fitness venues (gyms, Pilates, yoga, dance studios)
    • Casinos
    • Nightclubs
    • Events
    • Places of worship.

Community sport

  • Permitted to go ahead.


  • Open
  • Mask-wearing mandatory except for primary school students

Weddings and funerals

  • Limited to 150 attendees.

Hospitals, aged and disability care

  • Maximum of 4 personal visitors per patient per day

Intrastate travel

  • Travel should be minimised out of Perth and Peel
  • Anyone who travels outside Perth and Peel required to wear a mask
  • Travel to remote Aboriginal communities remains restricted.

Translated advice

Translated information on restrictions is available.

If you have a COVID-19 question and need an interpreter, call 131 450.