Western Australia has moved to strengthen its border to control with the ACT.

From 8pm on Sunday night, travellers from Canberra who arrive into the state will now be subject to 14 days of isolation and the need to get tested for the virus.

It comes as new restrictions are implemented in the Perth and Peel regions on Sunday with masks and visitors caps reintroduced after a woman tested positive to the virus after returning from Sydney.

WA is the third state to implement tougher travel arrangements with the ACT after South Australia closed its border the Nations Capital on Sunday afternoon, while Victoria moved the ACT to an ‘orange zone’ overnight on Saturday.

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