COVID restrictions eased by State Government
Based on the latest health advice, effective 12.01am Friday 29 April 2022, the WA State Government will be easing public health measures back to what will be referred to as baseline settings.
Measures being eased that relate to City services and programs include the lifting of the indoor mask mandate and removal of the 2m2 rule associated with capacity and gathering limits.
Going forward, masks will only be required for those aged 12 and over in:
- hospitals, aged care and disability care facilities
- prisons and correctional facilities
- airports and public transport
- taxis and rideshare.
While they are no longer mandatory, masks continue to be encouraged where physical distancing isn’t possible, and the City encourages any visitors to City facilities to feel free to continue to wear a mask if they wish to.
COVID Event Plans are also no longer mandatory but will continue to be encouraged by the City of Stirling.
Proof of vaccination requirements have also been removed for entry to all venues except for hospitals and residential aged care facilities, with WA currently recording a third dose vaccination rate of 79 per cent.
The requirement for employees in certain roles to be vaccinated remain in place and the City of Stirling will continue to comply with the State Government Directions.
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