25 October 2020

COVID-19 update – 25 October 2020

The Department of Health has reported three new cases of COVID-19 in Western Australia overnight.

The new confirmed cases – one male and two females all aged in their 20’s– have returned to Perth from overseas.

They are all in hotel quarantine and there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in WA hospitals.

The State’s confirmed COVID-19 case total is now 760.

There are 57 active cases being monitored by WA Health and 694 people have recovered from the virus.

Yesterday 369 people presented to WA COVID-19 clinics – 363 were assessed and 362 swabbed.

AL Messilah and Key Integrity vessels: There have been no further crew movements overnight. The Department of Health continues to work with the shipping agent, Fremantle Ports and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority on the management of both vessels.

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NB: An updated breakdown of cumulative COVID-19 tests performed in WA will be released on Monday.