Transition Out of Lockdown 12 February 2021
A message from The Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB Archbishop of Perth
Today, Premier Mark McGowan has advised that all Transition Out of Lockdown restrictions for the Perth metropolitan and Peel regions will end at 12.01am on Sunday, 14 February 2021.
This means that from 12.01am on Sunday, 14 February 2021 masks will no longer be required to be worn either inside or outside, there will be no travel restrictions in WA (except for remote Aboriginal communities) and the 4 square metre rule will be discontinued.
5 February 2021
Revised Directives within the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth
from The Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB Archbishop of Perth
Transition Out of Lockdown – Perth metro, Peel and South West
Updates to COVID Safety Plans
Places of worship are now exempt from the 2 square metre rule and are able to operate at a 60 per cent capacity.
On Wednesday, 25 November 2020 the Western Australian Government announced that from Saturday, 5 December 2020 identified Western Australian businesses and venues will be required to maintain mandatory Contact Registers for staff and patrons for the purpose of COVID-19 contact tracing by the WA Department of Health, should it be required.
Churches, chapels and Mass centres are required to keep Contact Registers as part of their COVID Safety Plans. This is mandatory.
Any person aged 16 years and over who attends a place of worship, including patrons, staff, volunteers and contractors will be required to register their contact details. The details required for the contact register include: name, contact number, date and arrival time at the venue.
Records are not required to be collected for children under 16 years.