Ease of Restriction in Western Australia
Phase 3 Easing of Restriction
Western Australia is relaxing its restriction as it will begin implementing phase 3 to help get Western Australians back to work safely and begin the process of restarting the state’s economy.
The state will commence Phase 3 from 6 June 2020 allowing more people for gathering and permitting businesses to be reopened.
For all WA venues, 4 square meter rule will change to 2 square meters per person.
- Both indoor and outdoor up to 100 people per single undivided space, up to 300 people per venue over multiple spaces. (100/300 rule)
- Weddings and funerals up to 100 people.
- Shops and licensed premises will be allowed to operate but only with seated seats.
- Food courts can reopen with seated service.
- Alcohol may be served without a meal at licensed premises (patrons must be seated).
Wellbeing and health services
- All beauty services may reopen.
- All shops and wellbeing centers may reopen with (100/300 rule).
- Parents/guardians may enter school grounds to drop off or pick up their children.
Leisure and recreation
- Centers may reopen (100/300 rule), which includes places such as, galleries, amusement parks, arcades, and cinemas.
- Gym and indoor sports centers will be allowed to open for a normal range of activities and training.
- Facilities will allow up to 100 patrons in each room, up to 300 per venue.
- Travel will be permitted throughout WA.
- Access to remote Aboriginal communities will remain prohibited.
Always remember to maintain physical distancing, good hygiene and the 2-square meter rule when performing all the activities permitted in Phase 3.
For more information on WA’s Phase 3 easing of restriction, read here: https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-wa-roadmap#phase3