People in Perth and the Peel region required to stay home for three days after coronavirus spread from hotel quarantine to community. For what reasons can you leave home? Is mask-wearing compulsory? Is travelling permitted? Here’s what you can and can’t do over the Anzac Day long weekend
The West Australian premier, Mark McGowan, has announced a three-day lockdown in Perth and the Peel region to contain the outbreak connected to the Mercure quarantine hotel.
The snap restrictions were introduced after a returned traveller contracted the virus in hotel quarantine and then, once released, spent five days in Perth before leaving for Melbourne on Wednesday.
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