Reminder for Victorian Travellers

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The WA Police Force is reminding recent travellers from Victoria of their self-quarantine requirements under the Emergency Management Act.

Under new Directions that came into effect from 1 January, travel from Victoria is deemed as “medium risk”, and all people who arrived from Victoria since 21 December 2020 must undertake 14 days of self-quarantine at a suitable premises from their date of arrival. Further, they must undertake a COVID-19 test on Day 11 following their entry into WA.

Section 11 of the Directions stipulates that travellers must provide WA Police with information about their quarantine and any exit from WA.

To do this, travellers now need to enter their G2G Pass Dashboard to provide details of their quarantine address and of any proposed departure from the state, following these steps.

  1. Click this link:
  2. Log into the traveller dashboard
  3. Click on “Additional Details” in the menu at the top of the page
  4. Enter the relevant detail where applicable

Police continue to issue infringement notices to travellers committing self-quarantine breaches. Recent examples include:

  • A 33-year-old WA man who had returned from Sydney on 21 December, apprehended yesterday afternoon after leaving his room at a Rivervale motel. He had already received a negative Day 11 test result and his quarantine period ends tonight.
  • A 23-year-old WA woman who had returned from Victoria on 31 December, who was reported by another resident after using a shared apartment swimming pool and buying a coffee from a coffee truck.
  • A 25-year-old female tourist who had arrived with her partner from Melbourne on 31 December, who was not in her nominated premises when police conducted a routine compliance check yesterday afternoon.
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