There were two new cases of COVID-19 in WA reported overnight from hotel quarantine, bringing the state’s active caseload to nine.
Both new cases were returned travellers from overseas who are being kept in hotel isolation.
The active caseload includes six West Australians and three eastern states residents.
WA’s fortunes stand out in bleak contrast to the situation in Victoria where there are still 3141 active cases, including 449 healthcare workers.
The death-toll in Victoria now stands at 497.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said the state was going to have to take a gradual step-down approach in terms of its restrictions when possible.
New South Wales recorded 13 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, including six linked to the City Tattersalls Club outbreak.
There are 14 infections linked to the venue.
Queensland has cancelled its school leavers celebrations on the Gold Coast following three new cases of coronavirus.
The new cases included two from the Gold Coast suburb of Pimpama which has been linked to an outbreak in Queensland’s corrective services system.
Across the Tasman Sea, New Zealand is continuing to deal with new cases in the community.
There are 131 active cases in New Zealand with 12 recorded overnight including five from outside hotel isolation. The country has been moving towards downgrading its restrictions in Auckland next week.