COVID-19 coronavirus: G2G Now

G2G Now enables virtual check-ins during your quarantine once you have entered WA.

Last updated: 22 January 2021 at 1:08pm

Effective 12.01am, Monday, January 25, travel from NSW and Queensland is permitted, subject to 14 days of self-quarantine and COVID-19 testing. See the announcement for more information.


All people arriving in WA who are directed to either hotel or self quarantine should download the G2G Now app to allow for digital quarantine checks by WA Police.

The G2G Now app is available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

What is G2G Now and why should I use it?

G2G Now is a mobile application which enables you to complete virtual quarantine checks. The app uses facial recognition and phone location data to ensure people in quarantine remain at their registered address throughout their mandated quarantine period.

Using the G2G Now app helps make quarantine checks easier for you. If you don’t use the app, you will receive in-person visits from police officers.

Who should download G2G Now?

Anyone entering WA who is directed to quarantine.

How does the G2G Now app work?

Once you have downloaded the app and registered your details, you will be prompted to check-in using the app at various times throughout the 14 day quarantine period. When you receive a notification to check-in, you have 5 minutes to take a photo of yourself. The app then matches the photo and location with your registered details to ensure compliance with quarantine requirements.

WA Police are carrying out regular checks on people in quarantine to ensure everyone is doing the right thing. If police officers arrive at your registered address and you are not there, you may have committed an offence under the Emergency Management Act, which can result in fines of up to $50,000 and imprisonment.

For more information see the G2G Now – Frequently Asked Questions.


Anyone entering WA also requires a mandatory G2G PASS. For more information see the G2G PASS page

For specific FAQs relating to the NSW hard border see New South Wales Arrivals Frequently Asked Questions.

Page reviewed 22 January 2021