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Western Australia

WA scraps masks, proof of vaccine mandates, workplace directives remain in place

West Australians will no longer have to wear face masks or show proof of vaccination at most venues under new COVID-19 rules.

WA woman’s hospital death being investigated

Independent experts will investigate the death of a woman who suffered a heart attack after waiting for care at a regional West Australian hospital.

Perth Hills set to get much needed aged care accommodation

A new aged care facility servicing the Perth Hills is a step closer to reality, with The Boston Group/Rosewood named as the successful proponent to develop the facility.

WA’s Capecare setting and staff accommodation make for memorable working experience

Capecare, a leading non-profit aged care provider in WA’s South West, has created a novel and creative way to take some pressure off both the staff and long term housing availability challenges by temporarily converting some of its cottage respite accommodation and office spaces into staff accommodation.

Nurses call for clarity from McGowan Govt regarding WA border plan

The WA Government is under pressure to reveal critical information about the state's planned border reopening amid calls to delay the transition.

Mandatory jabs for all Tasmania and WA health workers

Western Australia has introduced strict new coronavirus vaccination requirements for all healthcare workers and support staff, while Tasmania is making vaccines mandatory for all public and private healthcare workers.

COVID-19 health update for NSW, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia

Following is a Covid-19 health update for New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.

LASA welcomes WA Govt’s substantial investment in more medical staff

Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) has applauded the West Australian Government for moving extra nurses into the hospital system and aged care.

Union says WA mandatory vax push will only worsen aged care staffing crisis and put strain on hospitals

The United Workers Union is warning that WA Government public health orders mandating that all residential aged care workers are vaccinated against COVID-19 by September 17 will tip an already strained industry over the edge.

West Australian winners of the Excellence In Age Services Awards announced

LASA congratulates the West Australian winners of the Excellence In Age Services (EIAS) Awards.

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