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[57], As of 12.01am on 3 January, WA declared Tasmania and the ACT to be "high risk" locations. [40] New South Wales Liberal senator, Andrew Bragg, was the third Australian politician to test positive. [171] From 11.59pm on 8November onwards, the 25 kilometres (16 miles) travel limit was removed, restrictions on moving between regional Victorian and metropolitan Melbourne lifted, gyms and fitness studios opened for with a maximum of 20 people per space and one person per 8square metres, capacity limits for restaurants, hotels, cafes and bars increased, gathering limits for faith and religious gatherings increased and indoor pools opened for up to 20 people. Another stroke of luck, perhaps. A maximum of 50 passengers per flight, and 450 international arrivals per day was set. Chief executive of the Australian Hotels Association WA, Bradley Woods said: "We estimate over $100 million revenue and sales has been lost as a result of this shutdown ". A fine of A$200 applied to those not complying, though there were some exemptions. [130], On 12 July, the free Federally funded childcare introduced on 2 April 2020[72] ended, and the Federal Child Care Subsidy was reintroduced. The upgrade has been postponed to 1 October 2020. [192][193] In response, Queensland health authorities imposed new border restrictions on anyone entering Queensland who had visited the Northern Beaches cluster area including a mandatory two-week quarantine period. Ten residents and five other staff tested positive for coronavirus. The clinic was closed over the weekend and patients were contacted to self-isolate. [172], On 31 October 2020, Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan announced that from 14 November, Western Australia's hard border policy would be eased, enabling residents from states and territories deemed very low risk (i.e. [3], Western Australia's low case numbers were attributed to a swift introduction of restrictions by authorities, a strict state border policy, and its isolation. On 24 March, Western Australia closed its borders to the rest of Australia, and on 1 April, the state implemented borders between regions in the state. Queensland chief health officer Jeannette Young said the January 2021 lockdown did indeed act as a circuit-breaker, similar to SA's November 2020 response, to stop the virus spreading out of . [81], On 13 April, the Tasmanian government closed the North West Regional Hospital and North West Private Hospital for cleaning, and put the entire staff of over 1,000 people and their families into quarantine. When the virus was first identified in China in late 2019, lockdown seemed extreme. [163][164], On 12 October, Australian scientists at the CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) were credited with discovering that the coronavirus could survive for up to 28 days on glass, stainless steel and paper banknotes. [153][154], On 9 September in Canberra, the "Check in CBR" sign-in/contact tracing app was introduced. [33], Also on 5 February, McGowan announced a A$43million package to assist small businesses and charities in WA who suffered financially during the lockdown, in the form of a A$500 offset on their electricity bill. [9] The number repatriated from the ship are included in the state totals as follows: Qld (3), SA (1), Vic (4), WA (2, one of whom died on 1 March). [161], The 2020 Federal Budget, due to be delivered in May but delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, is delivered on 6 October. I don't have any criticism for what they've done.". Western Australia (WA) confirmed its first case of COVID-19 on 21 February 2020, and its first death on 1 March. [2][3] On the same day, three other patients tested positive in Sydney after returning from Wuhan. All gathering restrictions removed, limited only by a one-person per 2 square metres rule. Lockdown extended across the nation until 3 May, with a conditional relaxation after 20 April for the regions where the spread has been contained. [citation needed], On 1 March, Australia reported the first death from COVID-19: a 78-year-old Perth man, who was one of the passengers from Diamond Princess, and who had been evacuated and was being treated in Western Australia. Enforcement began after 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday 22 July to allow time to acquire a face covering. [109] By 17 June, this case had recovered and there were no longer any more active cases in the Territory once again. The latest cluster has the same strain of the virus as the women, however it is the most common strain circulating in Victoria and New South Wales, and therefore cannot be categorically linked to them. Post lockdown interim restrictions apply. [132], On 19 July in Victoria, Andrews announced that "face coverings" were to be mandatory in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire when residents left their homes. 28 March 2020 COVID-19 update - 28 March 2020 . The CQV Commissioner will be supported by three Deputy State Controllers, two have been appointed,[188] while as of 15January2021[update] the third Controller position was being advertised. Professor Clements said the nature of the virus meant it would never be known if a different approach could have achieved the same positive outcome. [13] There were 14 new cases in February, bringing the number of cases to 23. By Sarah Swain. [196], By 20 December 30 new cases were reported in Sydney, with 28 being linked to the Avalon RSL club and Avalon bowling club within the Northern Beaches cluster. [202][203] In response, on 31 December, Victoria lowered allowed household guests to 15, and mandated masks indoors anywhere other than in Victorians' own homes.[204]. [64], As of 30 March, at least 440 passengers (211 in New South Wales, 71 in South Australia, 70 in Queensland, 43 in Western Australia, 22 in the Australian Capital Territory, 18 in Victoria, three in Tasmania and two in the Northern Territory) from Ruby Princess had tested positive for the virus. (ABC News: Gian De Poloni) "There are a number of interrelated effects, but it ultimately all comes back mainly to those necessary restrictions that governments have put in place to protect the broader community," he said. Nev Power, the person tasked with Australia's economic recovery post-pandemic, likened WA's pandemic policies to "squashing an ant with a sledgehammer", but the defiance of the WA government to keep its state borders closed is overwhelmingly supported by West Australians who have been able to return to relative normality thanks to the state's virus-free bubble. [52], An unvaccinated French backpacker tested positive to COVID-19 after flying to Perth from Queensland. Ireland has been in lockdown for nearly six weeks now but as of May 5, . More than 400 people were arrested and nearly 400 penalties issued. It provides a comprehensive overview of the announcements made, but is not designed to be exhaustive. The doctor in his 70s had returned to Australia from the United States on 29 February. Start date End date Length (days) Start date End date Length (days) Start date End date Length (days) . [2] On 19 April, Western Australia recorded no new cases of COVID-19 for the first time in over a month. ), On 20 July, the number of daily overseas arrivals allowed at Sydney Airport was reduced from 450 (since 5 July) to350. The venue, Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC) was being used as a COVID-19 testing station. [31] This brought the Victorian total to 36 and the national total to 175. COVID-19 Interim Restrictions 2 July 2021 Perth and Peel will transition out of lockdown from 12.01am Saturday, 3 July, 2021. The pickers arrived on a chartered aircraft, and had to undergo the usual 14-day quarantine. In a televised address to the nation, the PM said that even those nations with the best medical facilities could not contain the virus and that social distancing is the only option to mitigate it. [197], On 20 December, the Northern Territory re-imposed controls on cross border movements of people who were from, or visited Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Illawarra and the Central Coast, including quarantine requirements. Attendance is limited only by the one person per 2 sq metre rule. From midnight on Wednesday March 25, 2020, the following restrictions are in place. [166], On 19 October, restrictions were eased in Victoria; the two-hour time limit for exercise and socialising was lifted, groups of up to 10 people from two households were allowed to gather outdoors, outdoor sports settings like tennis courts, golf courses and skateparks could reopen, outdoor swimming pools can host up to 30 swimmers, hairdressers were able to open with strict safety protocols in place, outdoor real estate auctions were allowed to go ahead with up to 10 people plus staff, non-essential outdoor home maintenance can take place with up to five workers and many allied health services resumed to face-to-face services. Updated Mar 23, 2020, 1:21 PM SGT SYDNEY (REUTERS) - Australia began living under strict new lockdown rules on Monday (March 23) as coronavirus cases topped 1,600 and authorities denied entry. The lockdown, announced in a televised address to the nation on Monday night, is part of efforts to curb the rapid spread of the Coronavirus in the country. The day before, at 3pm, it was announced that 2,315 of the 5,687 confirmed coronavirus cases had recovered. [45], Still on 18 March, the Northern Territory government announced an economic stimulus package of A$60million. WA has since moved to tighten its hotel quarantine infection control measures, and has enlisted the Australian Defence Force for additional support. [62][63] When the cruise departed on 18 April 79 of Western Australia's 541 cases were passengers and crew off the Artania with one death acknowledged as being a crew member from the Philippines. [192] Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly had designated the region a COVID-19 hotspot in line with the National Cabinet's guidelines, which designates a metropolitan area a potential hotspot if it registers 30 or more community transmissions within three days. [131], On 18 July, it was announced that a sitting of Federal Parliament, scheduled for the first 2 weeks of August, had been cancelled. [137], By 1 August, Australia's national death toll exceeded 200. The Perth and the Peel region will be plunged into four-day lockdown, at a minimum, from 12.01am on Tuesday morning after the northern suburbs recorded its third positive coronavirus case since Sunday.. Premier Mark McGowan described the lockdown as a "circuit breaker" to help slow the virus' spread. [75], On 6 April, the Department of Health revealed that 2,432 people recovered from the infection as the federal government started reporting recovery statistics. There has been one death in the state. [143], On 7 August, an easing of internal WA restrictions was deferred to at least 29August due to an outbreak in Victoria. 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[49], Also on 19 March, Qantas confirmed it would suspend about 60% of domestic flights,[50] put two-thirds of its employees on leave, suspend all international flights and ground more than 150 of its aircraft from the end of March until at least 31May 2020 following expanded government travel restrictions in response to COVID-19. Major supermarkets reintroduced limits on meat purchases. More on: Diseases and Disorders Perth Related Content A timeline of COVID-19 in Western Australia Live Stories [90] By 8 May, the cluster of cases linked to Cedar Meats in Victoria was 71, consisting of at least 57 workers and 13 close contacts, including a nurse, aged care worker and high school student. [80], On 21 May, the Northern Territory had also announced that there were no more active cases left in the jurisdiction. [129], On 11 July, the NSW Government announced that compulsory hotel quarantine, previously free to international arrivals, would now be charged for from 18 July. People were given a 48-hour warning to return to their home region. [83][84], On 15 April, a Western Australian man became the first person in Australia to be jailed for breaking a self-isolation directive. [41], On 23 June, Western Australia removed the 2-square-metre (22sqft) rule and 75% capacity limit for all venues, removing all capacity restrictions on venues. [112] The same day restrictions were re-tightened in Victoria, the Western Australian Government announced the state would move into "Phase 4" from 27 June, permitting some of the most relaxed restrictions in the country. Perth and the outer-metropolitan Peel region are plunged into a three-day lockdown after a traveller spent five days in the community while infectious, after completing 14 days of hotel quarantine. [180], On 21 November, South Australia ended its lockdown after it was uncovered that the patient thought to have spread the virus hadn't come into contact with many people and had lied to health officials. South Australian Premier Steven Marshall said that the government would be "looking very carefully at what consequences there are going to be", although South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said that the man would likely not face charges as there was "no penalty associated with telling lies". However, the new case in Queensland was linked to the Rydges on Swanston cluster in Melbourne when a man who travelled from Melbourne to Brisbane on Virgin flight VA313 on 1 June tested positive. Medical advice said there was a "significant risk" if members were to return to Canberra from all over Australia. [77][78] By 9 May, there had been 69 COVID-19 cases linked to the facility, 32 staff and 37 residents. one-way street in the downtown area of Perth Amboy and headed toward "the heart of town." The detective was in a marked patrol car and in full uniform. [191], On 17 December, the Victorian ombudsman Deborah Glass, tabled a report in the Victorian Parliament in which she found the 4 July lockdown of public housing towers in Melbourne breached human rights laws. All the new cases are from the Perth metropolitan area and all are self-isolating at home. Fri, 23 April 2021 3:19PM. "[106], By 26 May, Australia's first human trials of a candidate COVID-19 vaccine, Novavax's NVX-CoV2373, began in Melbourne. [54], In response to the outbreak, masks were mandatory at all public indoor settings and public transport, some music festivals were cancelled, and nightclubs were closed. [2] On 15 March, Premier Mark McGowan declared a state of emergency in Western Australia, along with a formal public health emergency. [36] ANZAC Day commemorations inside the lockdown area (which were anticipated to go ahead with caps on attendance) were cancelled and people were encouraged to participate in driveway dawn services, as was the case in 2020. [32] The last lockdown specific restrictions were lifted at 12:01am on 14February. This means the whole of Western Australia returns to the pre-lockdown conditions, as experienced prior to 6pm on Sunday, 31 January. 4 March 2020: Government of India orders a nationwide lockdown for 21 days. Watch the latest news and stream for free on 7plus >> The man in his 50s arrived from Shanghai on April 3 before going into hotel quarantine. Galleries, beauty services and gyms allowed to reopen. Western Australia has recorded another locally acquired COVID-19 on the second day of a four-day lockdown in Perth and Peel. [11] Within the Kimberley region, movement was further restricted to prevent travel between each of the four local government areas. South Australia [16] Another confirmed case on this day was a 40-year-old man from Launceston who came back on 29 February from a flight which left Melbourne and landed in Launceston on the same day. [5][6] He died on 1 March, becoming the first death due to COVID-19 in Western Australia. [1], On 25 January, the first case of a SARS-CoV-2 infection was reported, that of a Chinese citizen who arrived from Guangzhou on 19 January. For Perth and Peel regions, the 150 person capacity for events applies. [13] On 6 April, school holidays started one week earlier than planned. Passengers were given an information sheet and asked to present themselves if they had a fever or suspect they might have the disease. [7], On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic. McGowan said that since 31January more than 102,000 COVID-19 tests had been done in WA. [157] Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced that coronavirus restrictions were intended to be lifted faster, in time for a "Covid-normal Christmas". [181], On 23 November, the Australian Capital Territory government announced the "ChooseCBR" electronic voucher discount scheme to help stimulate local businesses during the "coronavirus recession". [182], On 24 November, Victoria recorded no active cases in the state for the first time since 29 February. This teacher, a woman in her 50s, was confirmed to be the partner of an individual who was on the same flight from the US that the general practitioner (GP) of Toorak Clinic was on. On 15 March, premier Mark McGowan declared a state of emergency. [101], On 17 May, Victoria announced two further business sites had been shut down due to a suspected case at each. At the time, Perth Stadium became the state's COVID-19 incident response centre. [102], On 19 May, in New South Wales, another resident of Newmarch House nursing home died from coronavirus. [4], Western Australia confirmed its first case of COVID-19 on 21 February 2020, a man who was evacuated off the Diamond Princess cruise ship and flown to Darwin. Health officials sought to notify passengers on the doctor's flights. There were 81 known and active Omicron cases in WA. Further easing of restrictions were scheduled for 2 November. By mid-April 2020, the state had eliminated community transmission of COVID-19, becoming one of the few places in the world to do so. [38] He had already received his first dose of COVID vaccine. [96], As of 15 May in New South Wales, some restrictions on public gatherings were eased. [134], Also on 20 July, it was announced that the Federal Coronavirus Supplement and JobKeeper subsidy would be extended, but in altered form at a lower rate, beyond 24 September. Professor Clements said there was also an element of luck in that WA was isolated and not an international travel hub, but good management could be seen in the swift action by authorities: "the government went hard and I think that was the right thing to do". A post-lockdown interim restriction period will be in place for the Perth and Peel regions until 12.01am Tuesday morning (July 6) to keep Western Australians safe. [167], On 24 October, Victoria recorded 98 active cases statewide; this was the first time since 19 June in which Victoria had under 100 cases. The man infected a cleaner at the hotel, who then went on to infect two others in the community. It will oversee all parts of the Victorian quarantine program. [34] These could include cancelling major sporting events, requiring entire economic sectors to work from home, and calling recently retired health professionals to return to work.[35]. Anyone who has been in the Region since 12 January must also follow the mask rule. Were working to restore it. [26] Actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson advised that they had tested positive and were in isolation. Ahead of April 12, this comes next Monday (Easter Monday). [178][179], On 16 November South Australia reintroduced "a number of significant restrictions" after an outbreak of coronavirus in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. The 37-year-old male tested positive overnight on Wednesday while in quarantine. Schools opened for term 2 on the originally scheduled date, 28 April. Sir Peter Fahy, the former chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, said the approach taken by Mr Hancock and other ministers during Covid caused 'huge resentment'. As coronavirus sweeps the globe claiming more than 830,000 lives so far, the WA government continues to hone its defence to prevent the virus re-entering the community, its precautionary approach widely supported by the public. [140] The increased restrictions included a curfew across Melbourne from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. starting immediately,[141] while other changes that took effect from 8 August were that abattoir production was reduced by a third and poultry production by one fifth to allow for reduced worker numbers. [138], On 1 August, the 2020 Tasmanian Legislative Council periodic election, deferred from 30 May, took place. Plans to increase WA's weekly international flight arrival cap were postponed to the end of February. [103][104], On 25 May, a night duty manager at one of Melbourne's quarantine hotels reported a fever and tested positive on 26 May. Phase 1 is already in place following the cautious relaxing of some restrictions from April 27, 2020, to allow families and friends to stay connected. [113], On 30 June, the Victorian Government re-enforced local lockdowns across 10 different Melbourne postcodes. Bars and gaming areas remained closed. [91][92] The number had increased to 75 by 9 May,[93][92] 88 by 13 May,[94] and 90 by 14 May. A senior Victorian Labor source likened this stroke of luck to Premier Mark McGowan being "smacked on the arse by a rainbow". WA's snap lockdown has ended as planned after no further community cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed . During May 2022, Western Australia experienced sharply rising cases amongst the highest per capita cases seen anywhere in the world throughout the pandemic. 2020 (Image: Steve . A No. Internal travel restrictions reduced from 13 regions to 4. Phase 2 will focus on encouraging Western Australians to return to work, unless they are unwell or vulnerable, so the WA economy can further rebuild in a safe and measured way. (ABC News: Andrew O'Connor) . There were concerns that the upgrade would temporarily halve the Emergency Department (ED) waiting room capacity, preventing isolation of ED patients from patients with the virus. On March 24, 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a complete lockdown of the entire nation for 21 days in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. [169][170] On the same day, Daniel Andrews announced a significant easing of restrictions to take effect over the coming weeks. Western Australia's State of Emergency and the Public Health State of Emergency came to an end at 12:01am Friday, 4 November 2022. [9] Gatherings of more than 500 people were banned. The changes were introduced in the first two weeks of the pandemic, when more than 75 per cent of WAs 278 cases were directly linked to overseas travel or cruise ships, and there was little evidence of transmission chains in the community. [55][56] From 7 January masks were only required in higher risk places, such as hospitals and public transport. [173][174], On 1 November 2020, Australia recorded zero cases of community transmission nationwide for the first time since 9 June 2020. [37] The lockdown ended on 26 April, as originally scheduled, with no new case of community transmission. [63], From 31 January, proof of vaccination was required for entry to hospitals, aged care facilities, hospitality and indoor entertainment venues across the state. 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Perth and Peel COVID19 4 Day lockdown Based on health advice, Premier McGowan announced that effective from 12.01am Tuesday 29 June 2021 until 12.01am Saturday 3 July 2021 the Perth metropolitan area and the Peel region will enter a 4-day lockdown. . "[25], On 12 March, the ACT announced its first case, the 142nd case in Australia.

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