Western Australia’s mask mandate: Mark McGowan announces change for passengers and staff on tour buses to boost tourism

Mark McGowan has announced Western Australia’s mask mandate is being tweaked to help boost tourism businesses still recovering from border closures.  

Passengers and staff on tour buses in Western Australia will no longer be required to wear masks.  

The state government said the mask mandate for commercial recreational and tourist vehicles will come to an end at 12:01am on Thursday, July 7.

The move brings Western Australia into line with other jurisdictions, with Premier Mark McGowan saying the axed measure will also help boost the state’s tourism industry.

Tourism businesses were hit…

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