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Covid-19 Update

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Important notice:

The government has announced that proof of COVID vaccination will be required to enter aged care centres from Monday 31 January. You can upload your proof to the Zipline booking system

In addition to temperature scanning and signing in, SafeWA QR codes are now at the entry of our sites. You must check in using the SafeWA or ServiceWA app. 


Perth and Peel region

The West Australian Government has implemented restrictions for visitors to residential aged care care centres. Visitors must wear a mask while on an Amana Living site, until otherwise directed.

If you have been to any of the exposure sites listed on the HealthyWA website, or if you have the slightest symptoms of a cold or flu, it is vital you do not visit an Amana Living site.

Please continue to book your visits via Zipline

Outside Perth and Peel region


All visitors are subject to the WA Government's directives. Under these rules, a person cannot enter a residential aged care centre if they:

  • do not have proof of a current flu vaccination;
  • have returned to Australia from overseas within the preceding 14 days;
  • have any flu-like symptoms; or 
  • are a close contact of anyone who has had a positive COVID-19 test result.

Visitors who have been in the Perth Peel region since Thursday 6 January must wear a mask.

Anyone who works in a quarantine centre cannot visit a residential care centre unless they wear a face mask while on the premises.

To meet legislative requirements:

  • Visits must be booked via Zipline or by contacting reception. 
  • All visitors must sign in on arrival and have their temperature checked. 
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