COVID-19 Information

This is a very challenging time for everyone currently and the situation is changing very quickly.

The City of Mandurah is working closely with the Commonwealth and State Governments in response to COVID-19.

WA’s Department for Health is the lead agency for the State, and the City is currently working in line with its Pandemic Plan to transition our services and responses accordingly.  

Based on current advice, the City is implementing increased social distancing and infection control measures across all of our operational areas and necessary response adjustments are being made to specific programmes as required. Please refer to the infection control and social distancing information under the resources section on the Department of Health website. Alternatively, the new Australian Government Coronavirus app for iOS and Android is available, along with a new WhatsApp channel.

We ask that anyone feeling unwell practises complete social isolation by remaining at home, applying extremely good hygiene practises and avoiding contact with anyone. Any future updates regarding Council services will be communicated as quickly as possible via our Facebook pages and on this section of the website.

Testing criteria for COVID Clinics is changing regularly. You can find more information on COVID clinic locations and current testing criteria the Healthy WA website. Currently, the COVID Clinic at Rockingham General Hospital is the closest public clinic for Mandurah. A private pathology collection centre has been set-up for those with a GP referral at Australian Clinical Labs, Unit 2G 11B Smart Street, Mandurah. The Peel Health Campus website provides information on how local health services have been affected.

Community members are asked to follow the actions recommended by the Department of Health to minimise the risk of disease spread and continue to monitor COVID-19 advice by visiting the www.wa.gov.au or Healthy WA Facebook, or call the Coronavirus Health Information Helpline 1800 020 080.

The City of Mandurah is also working with the local community on our response plan. We encourage you to get involved and share your stories.

We also have a variety of local frequently asked questions available.

Resources are also available in a variety of languages, including Italian, Madarin and Filipino.

City of Mandurah Operational Updates

In response to COVID-19 the City of Mandurah is constantly reviewing and modifying its operations and services. The situation is changing rapidly and we are putting measures in place to ensure the continuation of our essential services.

We are taking all the necessary precautions and following all guidelines established by the Federal and State Governments or other relevant decision-making bodies.

Please find information and updates on specific areas on the City's Facility Operations page

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