Latest Information on COVID-19 Coronavirus

COVID clinic locations

COVID clinics operate between 8am - 8pm, seven days a week at:

10am - 4pm daily
  • Bunbury Health Campus
People in regional areas seeking to be tested should go to a public hospital, health service or remote health clinic​.

If you are seriously unwell (such as experiencing shortness of breath) outside of clinic hours please visit your nearest emergency department or call 000 for urgent attention.​

Can I be tested? 

As of Thursday 2 April, the testing criteria for COVID-19 has been expanded significantly at all COVID clinics.

General Public Testing

Any person presenting to a COVID clinic with BOTH a documented fever (≥38°C) AND an acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath, cough, sore throat) will be tested.

High-Risk Staff Testing

Anyone working within a high-risk setting that presents to a COVID clinic with EITHER a fever (≥38°C) OR an acute respiratory infection will be tested. This includes healthcare workers (including aged care and disability workers) and WA Police Officers.

High-Risk Settings

Testing will also be arranged for anyone from the following high risk settings where two or more people are experiencing EITHER a fever (≥38°C) OR an acute respiratory infection:​

  • Aged and residential care
  • Rural and remote Aboriginal communties
  • Detention centres
  • Correctional facilities
  • Boarding schools
  • Military barracks or equivalent
  • Geographically localised areas of risk of community transmission
  • Cruise ship passengers or returned travellers (international and domestic).

Visiting Perth Children's Hospital

Please be aware that from Monday 23 March, visitor guidelines have changed.

  • Inpatients - a maximum of two designated adults per day. The designated adults must be the same each day.
  • Outpatients and emergency department - a maximum of one adult may accompany a patient to an Emergency Department or hospital-based outpatient appointment (including day surgery).
  • No visitors under the age of 16 permitted, including siblings.

Information for the community 

Read information for the community about COVID-19 (HealthyWA)

Read simple steps to protect yourself from viruses (HealthyWA)

Watch short videos about COVID-19 

Visit the WA Health YouTube channel (external link) to watch a series of short videos covering common questions about COVID-19

Information for health professionals, employers and industries 

Visit the Department of Health (external site) for information for health professionals, aged care, travel and tourism, employers and other industries, including daily snapshots.

Page last updated: 2 Apr 2020