Important information on COVID-19
With no further local cases of COVID-19 overnight, and strong testing numbers, at midnight tonight the Perth and Peel regions post lockdown restrictions will be significantly eased.
A small number of transitional measures will remain in place until 12.01am Saturday, 8 May 2021.
In line with the Perth metropolitan and Peel regions transitional measures, all staff and students will be required to wear a mask while inside the TAFE College building. Lecturers are permitted to remove their mask while teaching.
The two square metre rule will not apply in classrooms and working environments at TAFE.
We encourage people to visit www.wa.gov.au(opens in a new tab) to find more information. Please follow state health advice, stay safe and check our website for further updates.
Campuses are being cleaned before classes resume, with particular attention to high contact surfaces. Hand sanitizer is also available across campuses in key locations. There will also be a small supply of masks for staff and students in the event they require a replacement while on campus.
If you have been to one of the sites outlined on the Healthy WA website(opens in a new tab) and are required to quarantine, please do as instructed by health officials.
Usual physical distancing and hygiene practices will continue, following the Healthy WA guidelines, particularly those around hand washing, covering coughs and sneezes and staying home if you are unwell.
If you are unwell, awaiting COVID-19 test results or in self-isolation, please do not attend campus.
Please continue to use the SafeWA app, practice good hygiene, COVID-safe habits and stay safe.
We will update the website and social media as further advice becomes available.
Further information and assistance
- The Western Australian Government website – WA.gov.au(opens in a new tab)
- The Australian Government Department of Health website(opens in a new tab) has up-to-date healthcare and medical information.
- The Health Direct website(opens in a new tab) has frequently asked questions, and a symptom checker.
- For details regarding travel restrictions and international travel, visit the Home Affairs website(opens in a new tab) . There is also information available on the Smart Traveller website(opens in a new tab) .
- COVID Clinics are now open — visit the HealthyWA website(opens in a new tab) for details.
- For free advice and assistance, call the Australian Government’s Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.