Household contacts of people infected with COVID-19 are no longer required to isolate in any Australian state.
Tasmania on Monday (May 2) became the last jurisdiction to eliminate the requirement for people to isolate for a week if a member of their household had the virus.
There are about 330,000 active COVID-19 cases across the country, with more than 3000 in hospital with the virus.
Western Australia’s government meanwhile announced it will provide a further 10 free rapid antigen tests to close contacts who are asymptomatic.
The tests, which can be collected at vaccination and testing clinics across the state, are in addition to the 15 free tests that are already being distributed to every household.