Locations visited by confirmed COVID-19 cases

  • The information provided on this page should not replace advice given directly to an individual by the Department of Health’s contact tracing team.
  • The Department of Health is contacting all confirmed cases to identify and inform close contacts.
  • As part of the contact tracing process, contact tracers speak to positive cases and determine where they have been in the days they are possibly infectious.
  • When close and casual contacts in a location can be comprehensively traced such as a workplace, family’s house, or friend’s house there is no need to publicly release the location, as all contacts are tracked and contacted as a priority.
  • However, when the positive case has visited publicly accessible locations and close and casual contacts are not as readily identifiable, the location is released to assist with the public health response.
  • Find out where to get tested.

Last updated: 3.30pm 17 September 2021

Flight number Airline Origin / destination Date of arrival Close contact rows
QR900 Qatar Doha to Perth 12/09/2021 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
SQ223 Singapore Airlines Singapore to Perth 09/09/2021 51, 52, 53, 54, 55
SQ223 Singapore Airlines Singapore to Perth 04/09/2021 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
QR900 Qatar Doha to Perth 03/09/2021 1, 2, 3, 4

Advice for passengers on flights with a confirmed case of COVID-19

Close contacts

People seated in the same row as the case, the two rows in front, and the two rows behind should:

  • Self-quarantine at home for 14 days
  • Seek immediate attention if symptoms develop
  • For more information refer to Self-quarantine in Western Australia to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (PDF 184KB).

All passengers

All other passengers should:

  • Monitor their own health for 14 days from the day the flight landed
  • Seek medical attention if symptoms develop.
Last reviewed: 17-09-2021
Coronavirus information helplines: 13 COVID (13 268 43). Interstate callers: 1800 595 206. International callers: +61 8 9118 3100.