COVID-19

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The situation regarding COVID-19 is evolving rapidly and the Shire will do our best to keep the community informed. 

UPDATE

PHEOC BULLETIN #28

Tuesday 22 September 2020 14:00 Hours

This bulletin has been authorised by the PHEOC Coordinator, Dr Revle Bangor-Jones

Phase 4 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap extended

Based on the latest health advice, Phase 4 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap has been extended until Friday, 23 October.

The new tentative start date for Phase 5 will now be Saturday, 24 October.

A final decision on whether Phase 5 can proceed on this date, or if it can be brought forward, will be decided in October.

Phase 5 would see remaining restrictions removed, except WA’s hard border and access to remote Aboriginal communities.

It would also see the removal of WA’s 2 square metre rule and the 50 per cent capacity for our major venues.

 

COVID-19 PHEOC Bulletin # 23.

 Western Australia is working closely with the Commonwealth and state and territory jurisdictional governments to respond appropriately to the coronavirus pandemic.

Phase 4

27 June 2020

Western Australia’s COVID-19 restrictions will be relaxed even further, as WA’s roadmap is updated to complete the removal of all restrictions.

Due to the world-leading response to COVID in WA, Phase 4 will start on Saturday, June 27 (11.59pm Friday, June 26)

Click HERE for frequently asked questions 

Click HERE for updated Safety Plan and Guidelines 

Click HERE for Phase 4 Food Business and Licensed Premises Guidelines

Click HERE for Phase 4 Food and Licensed Venues Safety Plan

Click HERE for Self-isolation in WA information for travellers

  

ICC Digital Website 0023 RoadmapPhase4 v17

 

 

Are you ready?

Phase 3

Phase 3 - Easing of restrictions - frequently asked questions

COVID-19 Snapshot

COVID-19 coronavirus: WA Roadmap

RoadmapPhase2- PDF

Environmental Health Officer monthly update 

The COVIDSafe app is a key part of the Australian Government’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. Having the confidence to find and contain outbreaks quickly will mean governments can ease restrictions while still keeping Australians safe. Click HERE for further information.

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected members of our community in different ways and we all have our own ways of coping with the changes that are impacting our lives. There are people who would like to offer a helping hand, and those who could do with a little help.

To make it easier for people to connect, the Shire of Lake Grace and local  community groups are working together on the Helping Hands project. 

Together, we would like to empower and support our local community during the COVID–19 pandemic. 

 How can we help?

Some ideas include:

  • weekly check In        
  • a friendly phone call     
  • help to get groceries and medicines
  • practical help around the house

 How can you lend a hand?

  • delivering supplies
  • providing essential transport (e.g. doctor's appointments)
  • urgent household maintenance
  • phoning those living on their own  
  • by suggesting other ways you could help

Contact the Shire of Lake Grace on 9890 2500 or emailhelpinghand@lakegrace.wa.gov.au  if you need a hand or can lend a hand, or would like more information. All contact will remain confidential and we will not provide you contact details to anyone without your knowledge and permission

 Impacted Services

•   All Shire pavilions, halls, playgrounds, outdoor gyms and parks are closed

•   Libraries in Lake Grace, Lake King and Newdegate are closed

•   The Lake Grace and Newdegate Swimming Pools are now closed for the season

•   The Lake Grace Market Day scheduled for 4 April has been cancelled

•   Practical Driving assessments have been cancelled until further notice

•   The Easter “Driver Reviver” program has been cancelled

•   Tip times, recycling services and rubbish collections are currently not affected