WA has recorded two new cases of COVID-19 overnight, bringing the State’s total to 634.
The Health Department has reported four coronavirus cases this morning — two of which are new and have presented in travellers who recently returned from overseas and are currently in hotel quarantine.
The remaining two are historical cases that emerged after testing. Both are linked to cruise ship travel.
There are currently 21 active COVID-19 cases in WA, all of whom are in hotel quarantine.
To date, 604 people have recovered from the virus in the State.
Yesterday, 429 West Australians presented to COVID-19 clinics, with 410 assessed and 407 swabbed.
It comes as Victoria records 216 new cases today, bringing the number of active cases in the State to 1249.
Among the new cases are 30 that have been linked to outbreaks, while a further 186 are being investigated.
There are currently 49 people with COVID-19 in Victorian hospitals.
One patient, a man in his 90s, died overnight, bringing Victoria’s COVID-19 death toll to 23.
The total number of cases recorded in Victoria since the pandemic began is 3560.