WA’s road to recovery

Health Minister Greg Hunt says Australia is set to “consider the first steps on the road out” of isolation at tomorrow’s National Cabinet.

“Australians will now be at the forefront of beginning to regain their lives as the world looks on,” he said.

WA has seen no new cases of coronavirus recorded for more than a week.

The State has already eased some Stage 3 restrictions. The State Government has allowed gatherings of up to 10 people for weddings, funerals, outdoor personal training, and home openings.

It’s expected to announce a further easing of restrictions this weekend, following Friday’s National Cabinet.

Next steps

CCIWA today launched a detailed reform agenda, the Recovery Reform Roadmap, to bolster WA’s economic recovery.

CEO Chris Rodwell says the plan offers policy actions to keep costs low, improve regulation, strengthen skills and infrastructure, and re-enter the global market – critical goals for our economic

“With key survival and adaptation phase measures secured through productive consultation with government, businesses are rightly looking ahead to the safe reopening of the economy and how to recover,” he said.

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