Healthy WA Exposure Sites – Updated – Feb 2022

Healthy WA Exposure Sites – Updated – Feb 2022

Healthy WA Exposure Sites – The spread of novel coronavirus took the whole world in its wave. Since December 2019, the whole world has been suffering from the pandemic, even in western Australia. As per the statistics, more than 500 million people have been positive in the last two years In the whole world.

Unlike the rest of the world, Australia Did not see a massive surge in the positive cases of COVID-19 when the whole world was struggling with it. Till December 2021, for two years, the spread of novel coronavirus was under control in Australia and especially WA.

But after December 2021, Australia saw its first wave of a novel coronavirus, and daily fresh, positive cases of coronavirus hit more than 150,000 Mark. It shook the whole country, and the government is still trying anything to contain the spread And save the people from the deadly virus.

What are Healthy WA Exposure Sites?

After the first major outbreak of novel coronavirus, the government of Western Australia issued many guidelines To ensure the safety of the people. The government was already pushing vaccination as hard as possible, But the sudden outbreak of the first wave in the Australian government issued fresh guidelines.

 After the first major outbreak, the government of WA came up with unique Healthy WA Exposure Sites data for each and every person. Nowadays, the government is collecting as much data as possible related to the freshly found positive case of the COVID-19.

For example, if you live anywhere in WA and you got positive of a novel coronavirus, then the government will contact you and ask you a few questions such as what are the main locations where you visited in the last few days.

After collecting all the data, they publish it on their official website. They categorize it into four types: Red, black, blue, and yellow. All of these types have different advisory. 

Types of Healthy WA Exposure Sites

Once the government collected the data of freshly positive cases such as where they went in the last few days, what were the exact locations, and whom did they meet. Then they categorize it into four types, and here are those four types.

Black sites

Black site is the most dangerous site as per the official website of the Department of Health. If you have been to a black site in the last few days, you should get yourself tested immediately for the novel coronavirus.

Other than that, you should also isolate yourself for 14 days from the date of last exposure. You should stay isolated unless directly advised by the Department of Health. For your own safety, you should also contact the Department of Health in Western Australia.

Red sites

Red site is the second most dangerous site, and if you have ever been to read sites in the last few days, you should get yourself tested and isolate yourself until you receive a negative result. If you have been directly advised by the Department of Health, you can skip the isolation part.

Yellow sites

Yellow sites are the third type of site from Healthy WA Exposure Sites. If you have ever been to a yellow site for more than two hours during the time frame, then you should get yourself tested. Other than that, you can also isolate yourself until you receive COVID-19 negative test results. 

For example, if you walk by the yellow side for just five or 10 minutes, then there is no need to isolate yourself, and you don’t even have to get yourself tested for the COVID-19. Kindly remember the two-hour rule. 

Blue Sites

The blue side is the 4th type of site from Healthy WA Exposure Sites. If you have ever been to a blue site, there is no need for you to get tested. You are only advised to keep monitoring your symptoms related to novel coronavirus. If you do develop any symptoms related to novel coronavirus, then you are advised to get tested and isolate yourself immediately.

Exposure date & timeSuburbLocationDate updatedHealth advice
Saturday 12/02/2022
9:00pm to 2:00am
Sunday 13/02/2022
PerthMarket Grounds Perth
10 Telethon Avenue
18/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test and isolate immediately. You may exit isolation if you receive a negative result and 7 days have passed since your last exposure.
Saturday 12/02/2022
7:30pm to 2:00am
Sunday 13/02/2022
NorthbridgeHenry Summer Northbridge
71 Aberdeen Street
18/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test and isolate immediately. You may exit isolation if you receive a negative result.
Sunday 13/02/2022
10:30pm to 2:00am
Monday 14/02/2022
FremantleThe Federal Hotel
23 William Street
17/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test immediately and isolate for 7 days from your last date and time of exposure. If the first test is negative, you will also need a repeat negative PCR test (day 6) or RAT (day 7) prior to exiting quarantine.
Saturday 12/02/2022
10:00pm to 4:00am
Sunday 13/02/2022
SubiacoGold Bar “Valentine’s Day Party”
83 Rokeby Road
17/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test immediately and isolate for 7 days from your last date and time of exposure. If the first test is negative, you will also need a repeat negative PCR test (day 6) or RAT (day 7) prior to exiting quarantine.
Friday 11/02/2022
8:00pm to 1:30am
Saturday 12/02/2022
FremantleThe Old Synagogue Complex (includes The Arbour)
92 South Terrace
17/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test and isolate immediately. You may exit isolation if you receive a negative result and 7 days have passed since your last exposure.
Friday 11/02/2022
6:00pm to 6:15pm
Tom PriceShell Petrol Station
1 Mine Road
17/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
12:00pm to 2:00pm
Tom PriceRed Breeze
21 Stadium Road
17/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
9:30pm to 12:30am
Monday 14/02/2022
ClaremontThe Avenue
20 Saint Quentin Avenue
16/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test immediately and isolate for 7 days from your last date and time of exposure. If the first test is negative, you will also need a repeat negative PCR test (day 6) or RAT (day 7) prior to exiting quarantine.
Sunday 13/02/2022
6:00pm to 11:30pm
CottesloeCottesloe Beach Hotel
104 Marine Parade
16/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test immediately and isolate for 7 days from your last date and time of exposure. If the first test is negative, you will also need a repeat negative PCR test (day 6) or RAT (day 7) prior to exiting quarantine.
Friday 11/02/2022
4:30pm to 11:00pm
FremantleGage Roads Brew Co.
Peter Hughes Dr
16/02/2022If you visited longer than 2 hours during the timeframe, get a PCR test and isolate immediately. You may exit isolation if you receive a negative result and 7 days have passed since your last exposure.
Sunday 13/02/2022
6:00pm to 11:00pm
DunsboroughBungalow Neighbourhood Social
226 Naturaliste Terrace
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
11:00am to 11:50am
YallingupWindance Estate
2764 Caves Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
4:00pm to 4:30pm
MetricupMargaret River Chocolate Company
Metricup 415 Harmans Mill Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
2:30pm to 3:30pm
WilyabrupKnotting Hill Vineyard,
247 Carter Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
1:00pm to 2:30pm
WilyabrupBootleg Brewery
37 Wildberry Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 9/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:45pm
CollieColes Collie Shopping Centre
49 Johnston St
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 9/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:45pm
CollieForrest French Hot Bread
66 Forrest Street
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 9/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:45pm
CollieRed Dot
40 Johnston Street
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 9/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:45pm
CollieCollie Florist
62 Forrest Street
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 9/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:45pm
CollieShoeland Collie
67 Steere Street
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Monday 14/02/2022
1:10pm to 1:30pm
Glen Iris (Bunbury)Bunbury Farmers Market
2 Vittoria Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Tuesday 15/02/2022
9:30am to 9:50am
Sunday 13/02/2022
10:30am to 12:00pm
Friday 11/02/2022
11:00am to 11:20pm
Tuesday 08/02/2022
4:00pm to 4:30pm
Tom PriceColes,
Central Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
11:00am to 12:00pm
YallingupLamont Smith’s Café
67 Smiths Beach Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Monday 14/02/2022
2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
PinjarraAmpol Foodary
602 Forrest Highway
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Monday 14/02/2022
1:00pm to 1:30pm
MyalupMiami Bakehouse
14 Taranto Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Monday 14/02/2022
10:00am to11:00am
DunsboroughLaLah Cafe
3/27 Dunn Bay Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
6:30pm to 6:45 pm


Saturday 12/02/2022
11:30 am to 11:45 am
WilliamsBP Roadhouse Williams
14 Albany Highway
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
10:30am to 5:30pm
DarkanDarkan Sheep Fest
Darkan Oval, Memorial Drive
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
4:15pm to 5:15pm
DunsboroughThe Pourhouse
26 Dunn Bay Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
12:00pm to 1:00pm
YallingupCredaro Family Wines
2715 Caves Road
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
NewmanCapricorn Bar And Grill
LOT 10 Great Northern Highway
16/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
11:15am to 12:15pm
CollieThe Wagon Café
81 Forrest Street
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
11:00am to 11:30am
CollieTerry White Chemist
56 Forrest Street
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 13/02/2022
10:45am to 11:15am
CollieReuben’s Newsagency,
50 Forrest Street
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
12:45pm to 1:00pm
Bakers HillBakers Hill Pie Shop,
4617 Great Eastern Highway
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 12/02/2022
9:00am to 9:30am
Tom PriceMitre 10,
593 Stadium Road
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
5:00pm to 5:30pm
BinningupBinningup General Store
21 Coronation Drive
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
2:30pm to 3:00pm
CollieLiquorland,
25 Johnston Street
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
12:00pm to 4:00pm
BalladoniaBalladonia Roadhouse,
Eyre Highway
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
10:50am to 11:10am
CollieSteere Street Deli
178 Steere Street North
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Friday 11/02/2022
9:00am to 9:15am
CocklebiddyCocklebiddy Roadhouse,
Eyre Highway
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 09/02/2022
12:00pm to 12:30pm
Tom PriceGuardian Pharmacy,
969 Stadium Road
15/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Thursday 10/02/2022
5:30pm to 6:00pm
CollieWoolworths,
Johnston Street
14/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Wednesday 09/02/2022
6:00pm to 7:30pm
CollieRoche Park Recreation Centre,
Coombes Street
14/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Monday 07/02/2022
10:00am to 11:30am
Monday 07/02/2022
5:00pm to 9:00pm
Wednesday 09/02/2022
7:00pm to 9:00pm
MorleyKickass MMA
26G Boag Place
14/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 06/02/2022
2:00pm to 2:15pm
NorsemanBP Norseman
Eyre Highway
10/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Sunday 06/02/2022
10:00am to 10:15am
Fraser RangeBP Caiguna,
1 Eyre Highway
10/02/2022Monitor for symptoms unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health. If symptoms develop, get tested and isolate.
Saturday 05/02/2022
11:00am to 11:30am


Friday 04/02/2022
5:30pm to 6:00pm
PadburyPadbury Pharmacy, Padbury Shopping Centre,
75 Warburton Avenue
07/02/2022Get tested immediately and isolate until you receive a negative result, unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.
Friday 04/02/2022
4:00pm to 10:00pm
North BeachNorth Beach Bowling Club,
7 Kitchener Street
07/02/2022Get tested immediately and isolate until you receive a negative result, unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.
Friday 04/02/2022
8:00am to 2:00pm
DalkeithDalkeith Nedlands Bowling Club,
55 Jutland Parade
07/02/2022Get tested immediately and isolate until you receive a negative result, unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.
Friday 04/02/2022
5:00pm to 7:00pm
ScarboroughEl Grotto
Shop 5, 148 The Esplanade
06/02/2022Get tested immediately and isolate until you receive a negative result, unless directly advised otherwise by the Department of Health.

Where to find Healthy WA Exposure Sites?

Till now, you have only learned about what it is. Now let’s address the biggest question is where to find Healthy WA Exposure Sites.

The whole data of Healthy WA Exposure Sites is available on the official website of the Department of Health. It is the official website of the government of Western Australia. 

There are very easy steps to reach the official data page. You can click the given button below and reach the official data page of Healthy WA Exposure Sites.

Benefits of Healthy WA Exposure Sites

Let’s take a look at the major benefits of Healthy WA Exposure Sites data. 

Awareness

The first and major benefit of Healthy WA Exposure Sites is that it makes people more aware of the current situation of a novel coronavirus in western Australia.

Usually, governments try to hide any sensitive data, such as fresh cases of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus. But the government of WA is more transparent than any other government. 

If people are aware of the outbreak of fresh cases of the novel coronavirus in a specific area, then they might delay their travel in that area or completely avoid it. 

Safety of people

The next major benefit of Healthy WA Exposure Sites data is that it ensures the safety of the people in Western Australia. 

For example, if a person visited a red site and he is asymptomatic, then that person might have a career of noble coronavirus and infect other friends and family members.

With the help of data, everyone can ensure the safety of their friends and family by taking a look at the data for just a few seconds.

No more rumors

Recently the rumor market has been very hot, and we have witnessed many rumors in the last couple of months. The government was trying everything in its capacity to contain the spread and also stop the rumors, but unfortunately, we also witnessed many rumors despite these efforts.

Now with the help of Healthy WA Exposure Sites data, the government can lower the number of rumors regarding the latest outbreaks of novel coronavirus.

Experts find that transparency was a very big issue in other countries during the first or second wave of novel coronavirus. On the other hand, the government of WA is doing everything to present COVID data with as much uniqueness and transparency as possible.

Sense of security

Government publishes Healthy WA Exposure Sites data on a regular basis. This data is helping everyone with a sense of security that their area is safe and they don’t have to worry about anything related to the spread of novel coronavirus.

Takeaways

The novel coronavirus is a big problem in the whole world, not just in Australia right now. Many countries have already seen the first, second, and third waves of a novel coronavirus, but Australia is experiencing the first major outbreak.

But the country has learned a lot from others. That is why the government is publishing Healthy WA Exposure Sites data on its official website to ensure the safety of the people.

There are four major sites under Healthy WA Exposure Sites. These all are named on the colors starting from black, red, yellow, and blue. All of these are different types of sites, and they all have different guidelines associated with them.

It has so many uses and benefits, such as the safety of people, more awareness regarding the outbreaks, a sense of security, and better handling of the rumor market.

What is the difference between the red Site and black site of Healthy WA Exposure Sites?

The red site and black site are completely different types of Healthy WA Exposure Sites. The major difference between both is that in black sites, you have two stays isolated for at least 14 days even if you get COVID 19 negative test results. At the same time, there are no mandatory 14 days isolation if you’ve been to the red zone.

At what time does the government update Healthy WA Exposure Sites data?

The government of Western Australia updates the Healthy WA Exposure Sites on a daily basis. Every day in the morning, a new update comes with fresh data, and you can easily check by visiting the official website of the Department of Health.

What are the latest guidelines related to Healthy WA Exposure Sites?

The latest guidelines related to Healthy WA Exposure Sites is that you should wear a mask in certain settings, And masks are not necessary for children under 12. You should practice physical distancing at least 1 ½ meters or two arm’s length from each other. Other than that, you should stay with them if you are unwell and you are developing any symptoms related to novel coronavirus.
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