The lockdown of the Perth and Peel region has ended after Western Australia recorded no new community spread of coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.
- The interim restrictions include the mandatory wearing of face masks
- The Premier says the lockdown was the “circuit-breaker” WA needed
- Two people caught COVID-19 off a man infected in hotel quarantine
But Premier Mark McGowan said while people were free to leave their homes and return to work and schools would be open as usual, some interim restrictions would remain for the next four days, including the mandatory wearing of face masks in public.
Masks will not be mandatory for primary school students, but secondary school students will need to wear them.
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