Western Australia (WA) case data is now available every Friday via the statement on the Department of Health website.

This is a friendly October reminder that if your community service organisation is running low on Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) and/or Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), you may be eligible for free stock.

This initiative is part of the State Government’s commitment to support community service organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visit the Department of Communities’ COVID-19 PPE and RAT Request Form

to make a request.

To find out more about your organisation’s eligibility, please access the Frequently Asked Questions attached.

Free RATs are also available for eligible people with disability and disability support workers. These can be ordered in bulk by eligible organisations. Additional RATs are now also available for the household members of people with disability.

Please visit the RATs for the Disability Services Sector for more information and to lodge an online request.

For RATs and PPE/C delivery and eligibility questions, please contact the Department’s COVID-19 Management - Incident Team (COMIT) logistics lead via:

Australian Government Media Releases

Prime Minister  Anthony Albanese  | Office of the Honourable Mark McGowan 

Australian Government Support Packages

Individuals and Households | Business | Timely Credit for Business

Additional Information and Resources

Australian Government Healthy WA Website or Facebook | WA Country Health Service My Healthy Wheatbelt Facebook Australian Government COVID-19 State Government COVID-19 | WA Department of Health Daily Snapshot

Enquiries Hotline
A State Government enquiries hotline to keep the community informed about COVID-19 coronavirus has been launched. By dialling 13 COVID or 132 68 43, Western Australians will have access to the latest information regarding the impact of the virus in WA. 7 days a week 7am - 10pm

COVID-19 vaccines during pregnancy and breastfeeding  
COVID-19 Vaccines Mythbusters


      Documents for COVID-19
      TitleDocument Date
      WA Health COVID-19 Bulletin No. 2November 24, 2022