COVID-19 coronavirus: Business and industry advice

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Latest information and advice, including economic and health support measures and restrictions.

Last updated: 18 May 2020 at 12.01am

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Changes to restrictions 

Restrictions are in place for the following businesses, premises and places: 

  • food and drink 
  • beauty and personal care services 
  • entertainment venues 
  • sport and recreation 
  • non-residential institutions. 

From 18 May, restrictions have been further relaxed as part of the COVID-19 WA roadmap, allowing some businesses to reopen while applying the following:

  • up to 20 patrons
  • 4 square metre rule
  • good hygiene.

Businesses that can reopen include:

  • cafés and restaurants with meal service, including within pubs, bars, clubs, hotels and the casino
  • outdoor or indoor fitness classes with minimal shared equipment, such as yoga, pilates, boot camp, gymnastics and dance
  • public pools (1 indoor and 1 outdoor) with strict rules
  • non-contact community sport
  • places of worship, community facilities and libraries
  • weddings and funerals (up to 30 attendees outside).

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Source: WA.gov.au https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-business-and-industry-advice