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Revised shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River: - 233.2542

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Revised-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River

Revised shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River The warning area has increased and is now from Pelican Point to West Swan Road Bridge, Guildford

Revised shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River (update #2) - 220.459

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Revised-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-updated-2

Ongoing monitoring of the Swan River now shows increased levels of the potentially toxic microscopic algae ‘Alexandrium spp.’ from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to the West Swan Road Bridge, Guildford.

Shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River: Old Swan Brewery to Garrett Road Bridge - 205.3503

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-Old-Swan-Brewery-to-Garrett-Road-Bridge

The Department of Health is advising people not to eat fish; crabs or shellfish collected from within the Swan River, extending from the Old Swan Brewery, Mounts Bay Road, upstream to the Garrett Road Bridge. This area includes the commonly known areas; Perth Waters, Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street Jetty and Claisebrook Cove.

Reminder shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River update #6 - 203.6405

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Reminder-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-update-6

The Department of Health is reminding people not to eat fish, crabs or shellfish collected from the Swan River downstream from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to Maali Bridge Park, Herne Hill due to the impact of the potentially toxic microscopic alga ‘Alexandrium spp .

UPDATE: Shellfish crabbing and fishing warning for Swan River - 201.299

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/UPDATE-Shellfish-crabbing-and-fishing-warning-for-Swan-River

The Department of Health continues to advise people not to eat fish, crabs or shellfish collected from within the Swan River, extending from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to Tonkin Highway Bridge. This area includes the commonly known areas of Matilda Bay, Perth Waters, Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street Jetty, Claisebrook Cove, Maylands Yacht Club, Ascot Waters and Riverside Gardens.

Shellfish, crabbing and fishing warning for the Swan River: Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to Tonkin Highway Bridge - 192.5293

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Shellfish-crabbing-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River

The Department of Health is advising people not to eat fish, crabs or shellfish collected from within the Swan River, extending from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to Tonkin Highway Bridge. This area includes the commonly known areas of Matilda Bay, Perth Waters, Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street Jetty, Claisebrook Cove, Maylands Yacht Club, Ascot Waters and Riverside Gardens.

Revised shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River (update #4) - 182.6345

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Revised-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-update-4

The warning area has been extended upstream to Maali Bridge Park, Herne Hill. The downstream extent from Pelican Point to Como Jetty remains the same.

Revised shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River (update #3) - 174.4796

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Revised-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-update-3

The warning area has been extended upstream to Middle Swan Reserve. The downstream extent from Pelican Point to Como Jetty remains the same.

All-clear for fishing and crabbing in the Swan River - 162.5185

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/All-clear-for-fishing-and-crabbing-in-the-Swan-River

The Department of Health has lifted warnings dating back to March 2019, not to eat fish or crabs collected from the Swan River.

Reminder shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River update 5 - 150.567

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2019/Reminder-shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-update-5

The Department of Health is reminding people over the Easter break and school holidays not to eat fish, crabs or shellfish collected from the Swan River downstream from Pelican Point to Como Jetty and upstream to Maali Bridge Park, Herne Hill.

UPDATED: Shellfish and fishing warning for the Swan River: Pelican Point and Matilda Bay to Garrett Road Bridge - 138.3455

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/UPDATED-Shellfish-and-fishing-warning-for-the-Swan-River-Matilda-Bay-to-Garrett-Road-Bridge

The Department of Health is advising people not to eat fish, crabs or shellfish collected from within the Swan River, extending from the Royal Perth Yacht Club, Matilda Bay, upstream to the Garrett Road Bridge.

Warning to avoid swimming and fishing in parts of Avon and Swan Rivers - 122.6641

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2021/Warning-to-avoid-swimming-and-fishing-in-parts-of-Avon-and-Swan-Rivers

The Department of Health is warning members of the public to avoid areas of the Swan River where dead fish are visible and not to collect dead fish. Fishing in the area, as well as direct contact with the water, is also not advised.

Algal bloom warning for Upper Swan Estuary; All-clear for Kent St Weir and Canning River - 116.4154

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Algal-bloom-warning-for-Upper-Swan-Estuary-All-clear-for-Kent-St-Weir-and-Canning-River

Members of the public have been warned to avoid recreational activities in the Swan River upstream of Windan Bridge in Claisebrook due to an algal bloom.

All-clear for fishing and crabbing in the Swan and Canning Rivers - 105.8558

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Fishing-and-crabbing-in-the-Swan-and-Canning-rivers

The Department of Health has lifted warnings dating back to December 2019 and January 2020 respectively, not to eat fish or crabs collected from the Swan and Canning rivers.

Caution advised after sewage overflow in the Canning River - 95.89045

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Caution-advised-after-sewage-overflow-in-the-Canning-River

WA Health is advising people to avoid contact with a section of the Canning River following a sewage overflow near Astley Street in Gosnells.

Third update: Swan and Canning algal bloom warning remains in place - 91.56596

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Third-update-Swan-and-Canning-algal-bloom-warning-remains-in-place

The Department of Health is reminding recreational water users that the toxic algal bloom warning for the Swan and Canning river systems remain in place.

Algal bloom update 6 - Swan and Canning rivers - 90.61345

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Algal-bloom-update-6-Swan-and-Canning-rivers

The Department of Health is reminding people that the warning associated with persisting toxic Alexandrium alga in the Swan and Canning Rivers remains in effect:

Algal bloom update #5 - extension to Middle Swan - 84.97356

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Algal-bloom-update-5-extension-to-Middle-Swan

The Department of Health’s algal bloom warning for the Swan and Canning river systems remains in place and continues to extend into the upper reaches of the Swan.

Second update: Algal bloom warning extends to Canning River - 75.4364

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Algal-bloom-warning-extends-to-Canning-River

The Department of Health has updated its toxic algal bloom warning to include parts of the Canning River.

Fourth update: Swan and Canning algal bloom extends to upper Swan - 72.24339

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Swan-and-Canning-algal-bloom-extends-to-upper-Swan

The Department of Health’s algal bloom warning for the Swan and Canning river systems remains in place and now extends to the upper reaches of the Swan.

All clear for the Upper Swan Estuary - 57.2862

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/All-clear-for-the-Upper-Swan-Estuary

The Department of Health has lifted a recent warning to avoid recreational activities in the Upper Swan Estuary upstream of the Windan Bridge in Claisebrook due to a cyanobacterial (blue-green algae) bloom.

Have your say on mosquito control in online survey - 49.40228

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Have-your-say-on-mosquito-control-in-online-survey

WA Health is conducting an online survey to give residents living along Perth’s Swan and Canning Rivers an opportunity to have their say on a proposal to use helicopters to control mosquito breeding in local wetlands.

Algae bloom warning for Canning River area - 30.70529

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Algae-bloom-warning-for-Canning-River-area

Members of the public have been warned to avoid recreational activities in the Canning River near Kent Street Weir, Wilson due to elevated levels of potentially toxic blue-green algae.

Shellfish health warning for the Murray River, Pinjarra and Peel-Harvey Estuary - 29.30682

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Shellfish-health-warning-for-the-Murray-River-Pinjarra-and-Peel-Harvey-Estuary

The Department of Health is reminding people not to eat shellfish collected from the wild – within the Murray River, near Pinjarra and the Peel-Harvey Estuary (south of Mandurah).

Premier, Minister for Tourism; Science: Healthy research outlook at Science on the Swan - 29.29584

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Premier-Minister-for-Tourism-Science-Healthy-research-outlook-at-Science-on-the-Swan

The role of genetics in cancer diagnosis and the potential for artificial intelligence to help predict and prevent chronic conditions are among the innovations to be explored at Science on the Swan 2016.

Unseasonal Ross River virus activity in the South West - 28.2722

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Unseasonal-Ross-River-virus-activity-in-the-South-West

The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the South West of Western Australia, including the Peel region, to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites over the coming months. The warning follows multiple detections of Ross River virus (RRV) in mosquitoes in the South West for the first time this year. The timing is unusual, as mosquito and mosquito-borne virus activity is often reduced in the winter months.

Algal bloom warning for Kent Street Weir to Nicholson Bridge Canning River - 25.66344

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Algal-bloom-warning-for-Kent-Street-Weir-to-Nicholson-Bridge-Canning-River

Western Australians have been warned to avoid recreational activities in the Canning River at Kent Street Weir and upstream to Nicholson Bridge in the Canning River due to an algal bloom.

Ross River virus warning for the South West - 24.87213

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Ross-River-virus-warning-for-the-South-West

The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the South West of Western Australia, including the Peel region, to take additional precautions to prevent mosquito bites over the coming months.

Ross River and Barmah Forest virus disease risk warning - 23.37948

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2017/Ross-River-and-Barmah-Forest-virus-disease-risk-warning

The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the south-west region of Western Australia, including the Perth metropolitan area, to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites over the coming months.

Ross River virus disease risk warning for south-west WA - 23.15199

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2018/Ross-River-virus-disease-risk-warning-for-southwest-WA

The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the south-west region of Western Australia, including the Perth metropolitan area, to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites over coming weeks.

Ross River virus risk expands from South West to the Midwest and Gascoyne - 21.94883

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Ross-River-virus-risk-expands-from-South-West-to-the-Midwest-and-Gascoyne

The Department of Health is urging residents and travellers throughout Western Australia, to take extra precautions to avoid mosquito bites over the coming months

Algal bloom warning for Molloy Island near Augusta - 20.01112

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2020/Algal-bloom-warning-for-Molloy-Island-near-Augusta

The Department of Health is warning people to avoid contact with a Lyngbya sp. macro-algal bloom that has formed in the Scott River Basin east of Molloy Island and upstream of the Scott River confluence within the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River,

Minister for Health: Midland hospital patients transfer a success - 17.99375

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Minister-for-Health-Midland-hospital-patients-transfer-a-success

Health Minister Kim Hames has congratulated the teams involved in the successful transfer of 83 inpatients from Swan District Hospital and Swan Mental Health to the new 307-bed St John of God Midland Public Hospital which opened at 7am this morning.

Confirmed mosquito-borne virus disease risk - 14.10856

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Confirmed-mosquito-borne-virus-disease-risk

The Department of Health is reminding residents and travellers in the south-west region of Western Australia, which includes the Perth metropolitan area, to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites over the coming months.

Mosquito numbers predicted to rise - 10.65621

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Mosquito-numbers-predicted-to-rise

Western Australians are being reminded that with the onset of warmer weather there will be more mosquito activity and therefore a greater risk of mosquito-borne disease.

Biting insect and mosquito-borne disease risk increase across Western Australia - 10.22605

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Biting-insect-and-mosquito-borne-disease-risk-increase-across-Western-Australia

The Department of Health is warning residents and travellers to take precautions against biting insects following the widespread rainfall and recent flooding events across Western Australia.

COVID-19 update 27 August 2021: NSW truck drivers test positive to COVID-19 - 9.75

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2021/COVID19-update-27-August-2021-NSW-truck-drivers-test-positive-to-COVID19

WA Health has placed two NSW truck drivers in hotel quarantine after their employer reported they had tested positive to COVID-19.

Fight the bite against mosquitoes this festive season - 8.701782

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2021/Fight-the-bite-against-mosquitoes-this-festive-season

The Department of Health is reminding residents and holidaymakers across Western Australia (WA) to protect themselves against mosquito bites this festive season, to prevent mosquito-borne disease.

COVID-19 update 14 December 2021 - WA exposure sites listed as interstate truck drivers test positive to COVID-19 - 8.25

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2021/COVID-19-update-14-December-2021-WA-exposure-sites-listed

WA Health has updated its list of exposure sites after three truck drivers tested positive to COVID-19, after having spent time in WA last week.

Minister for Health: West Aussies versus mozzies to Fight the Bite - 8.109634

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Minister-for-Health-West-Aussies-versus-mozzies-to-Fight-the-Bite

Health authorities are warning residents across the Perth metropolitan area and the South-West of an increasing mosquito disease risk over coming weeks and into summer.

Warning to travellers and residents in the Kimberley of increased risk of mosquito-borne diseases - 8.073009

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2018/Warning-to-travellers-and-residents-in-the-Kimberley-of-increased-risk-of-mosquito-borne-diseases

The Department of Health is warning residents and travellers in the Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA) to take additional precautions to avoid mosquito bites.

Minister for Health: Key unlocks next stage of Midland hospital - 7.908825

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Minister-for-Health-Key-unlocks-next-stage-of-Midland-hospital

The $360 million St John of God Midland Public Hospital (SJGMPH), jointly funded by the State and Australian governments, reached a significant milestone today with Brookfield Multiplex completing construction and handing the key to the State Government.

Health warning following recent floods - 7.845804

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Health-warning-following-recent-floods

The Department of Health is advising people in the communities of Katanning, Wagin, Narrogin, Williams and Northam, (downstream on the Avon River) to avoid playing in or around storm water following recent flooding in the area.

Algal bloom warning for near Augusta - 7.463539

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/2018/Algal-bloom-warning-for-near-Augusta

The Department of Health is warning people to avoid contact with a Lyngbya sp. macro-algal bloom that has formed in waters north and east of Molloy Island, including the channel, in the Hardy Inlet at Augusta.

Minister for Health: Kids choo choose Midland hospital playground - 7.175222

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Minister-for-Health-Kids-choo-choose-Midland-hospital-playground

In a nod to Midland's heritage as a major railway junction, local primary school children have chosen a locomotive theme for the playground design at the St John of God Midland Public Hospital which is due to open in November.

Minister for Health: Another one bites the dust in mosquito fight - 6.508341

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Minister-for-Health-Another-one-bites-the-dust-in-mosquito-fight

Residents of the Peel region are being encouraged to 'Fight the Bite' as part of a new campaign to reduce the mosquito population in the region and the incidence of mosquito-borne disease.

Premier and Minister for Health: New hospital part of Midland's revitalisation - 5.905152

http://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Media-releases/Premier-and-Minister-for-Health-New-hospital-part-of-Midlands-revitalisation

Midland's first new public hospital in more than 60 years will open on Tuesday, providing Perth's north-eastern corridor and Wheatbelt residents with high level, contemporary health services.