BREAKING NEWS: Mark McGowan brings in HUGE restrictions for the unvaccinated banning them from hospitals, bottle shops and PLAY CENTRES – as he warns controversial rules will be around for ‘years’
- From January 31, unvaccinated banned from hospitals and play centres in WA
- Also can’t enter bottle shops, restrictions confirmed by premier Mark McGowan
- Other venues the unvaccinated can’t attend include museums, cafes & the zoo
Premier Mark McGowan has confirmed he will introduce a number of controversial restrictions for the unvaccinated from January 31 in Western Australia.
Those who are not jabbed will be banned from attending the likes of hospitals, cafes, pubs, sporting grounds and playgrounds.
McGowan told reporters ‘life will change significantly’ for the unvaccinated, who need to be ‘protected from themselves.’
The premier also confirmed the unvaccinated will be barred from museums, the zoo, gyms, bottle shops and the entire Crown Casino complex.
From January 31, proof of vaccination will be required to visit public and private hospitals, aged care facilities, all hospitality venues including restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, clubs, nightclubs, and dine-in fast food.
Premier Mark McGowan will introduce a number of controversial restrictions for the unvaccinated from January 31 in Western Australia
Premier McGowan told reporters ‘life will change significantly’ for the unvaccinated, who need to be ‘protected from themselves’ (pictured, patrons at a pub in Perth)
From January 31, proof of Covid vaccinations will be required at the likes cafes, (pictured) pubs, restaurants, the casino and the zoo
The bombshell update comes after WA recorded two new local Covid-19 cases and 14 travel-related cases overnight.
One of the cases is linked to a security guard from the Hyatt Regency quarantine hotel who was infected with the Omicron variant by a returned traveller.
The second case is a household contact of a previously announced infection in a returned interstate traveller.
Both of the new cases were already in quarantine and are not considered a risk to the community.