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Premier Mark McGowan has set a date of 31st March to ease restrictions in the state to a modified version of level one restrictions. Mandatory masks will be in place for all adults and children from grade 3 and above outside of the home. Higher risk venues will be vaccinated only. Contact registration will also be in place for those who require proof of vaccination.

Indoor home gatherings are capped at 30 people, while private outdoor gatherings at 200.

The 2 square metre rule is in place for a number of venues, including hospitality, museums, fitness, galleries, hairdressers and beauty services.

The limit of 500 people in hospitality venues will be lifted on the 14th of April.

The limit of two visitors will remain per resident per day to residential aged care and disability care facilities. There will also be no change to essential visitors allowed to hospitals.

Critical workers, schools, and childcare settings remain unchanged.

Days before Christmas, the premier announced that all workers subject to a vaccine mandate must get their booster shot within one month of being eligible.

Premier Mark McGowan says Western Australia will keep its vaccine mandates in place in a bid to further increase inoculation rates in the state.

The third dose rate for over 16s is more than 73 percent, with Mr McGowan wanting that figure to climb even higher.

“We’ve got to drive our third dose rate up. So we’re at, I think it’s 73.6 per cent today, we obviously have to keep driving that rate up and the mandates are the way we do it.”

Premier Mark McGowan did not state when the mandates would be lifted. 

75% of Western Australia’s workforce were mandated last October.

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