COVID-19 Coronavirus: locations visited by confirmed cases

Locations in Western Australia visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases

Last updated: 1 April at 3:52pm

Effective from 1 April 2022, exposure sites will no longer be published on the WA.gov.au website. The Department of Health will only notify of major outbreak venues or super-spreader events in Western Australia.

The requirement to use contact registration at proof of vaccination venues, which are predominantly higher risk, and facilities remains in place. Please note some venues that are no longer required to have a contact register are still subject to proof of vaccination requirements. See the full list of venues.

Checking in will allow the Department to quickly notify people if they attended a venue that was a super-spreader event.

This decision to remove exposure sites has been made due to widespread transmission of COVID-19 throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia and is aligned with the approach of other Australian jurisdictions.

You need to consider any movement through the Western Australian community as a risk for COVID-19 infection. So, make sure to wear a mask, maintain physical distancing, perform regular hand hygiene and if you develop any symptoms, get a COVID-19 test and isolate until you return a negative result.

The COVID-19 vaccine is an important measure to help protect you, your family and the community. People who have not yet received all their COVID-19 vaccines are also asked to do this as a priority. Book online at Roll Up for WA or call 13COVID (13 26843).

Page reviewed 1 April 2022