Travellers from Queensland will be allowed back into Western Australia from midnight on Wednesday – but they will still need to quarantine for two weeks.
Queensland has recorded its third day with no locally acquired COVID cases, meaning the state has been classified as “low risk” by the WA government.
Travellers will still be required to self-isolate for 14 days and have a COVID test 11 days after their arrival, but they will no longer need an exemption to enter WA.
Only when Queensland is deemed “very low risk” will travellers not have to quarantine upon entry into WA.
Queensland’s risk level was raised to medium on March 27 after an outbreak linked to Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital.