With Perth and the Peel region going into a four-day lockdown, here are the current coronavirus hotspots and Covid-19 public exposure sites in Western Australia and what to do if you’ve visited them

Authorities in Western Australia have released a list of coronavirus hotspots and public exposure sites in WA visited by a confirmed case of Covid-19.
Here are the current coronavirus hotspots, Covid exposure sites, venues and case location alerts and what to do if youve visited them.
WA premier Mark McGowan has announced a four-day lockdown for the Perth and Peel regions after a third new community Covid case was discovered.
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To help you find the exposure sites youre looking for, the list can be sorted by suburb or site name by clicking or tapping on the column headings in the table.
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For more information, visit the WA Department of Health website.
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