UPDATED TUESDAY 27 APRIL:

As West Australians living in the Perth and Peel regions wake up to their first morning in freedom again, following a snap 3-day lockdown, some travel restrictions remain place here in the ACT.

Anyone who’s been in the Perth or Peel areas on or after 17 April will still be required to complete on online declaration form before entering the Territory.

The change’s to the ACT”s restrictions means travellers from the affected regions won’t have to get tested and isolated, unless they’ve been identified as a close or casual contact at an exposure site in WA.

Restrictions remain in place for travellers who’ve been identified as a casual contact at any site within WA and Victoria, requiring them to get tested for COVID-19 and isolate until returning a negative result.

While ACT residents who’ve been identified as a Close contact of an exposure site in WA must continue to quarantine for 14-days from the time they left the site.

For non-ACT residents who’ve been identified as Close contacts within a WA exposure site, they must seek an exemption to enter the territory.

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A full list of WA exposure sites can be found here.

Victorian exposure sites can be found here.