Current Restrictions

RESTRICTIONS REMOVED FROM HOPSITALITY VENUES

On 26 April 2022, Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson announced that from Friday 29 April 2022, the remaining COVID-19 restrictions on hospitality venues will be removed.

From 12:01am on Friday 29 April 2022:

  • All capacity and density limits were removed, including the 1 in 2 square metre rule
  • The indoor mask mandate was removed
  • The requirement on patrons to produce proof of vaccination was removed
  • Major venues such as (Optus Stadium and RAC Arena) returned to full capacity
  • Asymptomatic close contacts no longer have to isolate for seven days, but are required to undertake daily RAT test, wear a mask outside the home and avoid high-risk settings.
  • G2G passes are longer be required
  • Proof of vaccination is not required for interstate travellers entering WA

EMPLOYEE COVID-19 VACCINATION MANDATES NO LONGER REQUIRED

On 1 June 2022, Premier Mark McGowan announced that from Friday 10 June 2022, mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations are no longer required for employees in WA’s hotel and hospitality industry.

This means that from 10 June onwards, staff in WA’s hotel and hospitality industry will no longer need to provide their proof of vaccination from COVID-19 and importantly, employers will no longer need to keep and maintain vaccination records for employees.

The removal of the mandatory employee COVID-19 vaccination requirement marks the last of the remaining Government restrictions and public health measures of our industry.

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