Western Australia has tightened its border arrangements with Queensland and Tasmania in response to COVID-19 cases in both states.
From midnight on Sunday night, Queensland will move to medium risk, Premier Mark McGowan said today.
This means people will not be allowed to enter WA without an approval pass.
People coming in from a medium risk jurisdiction must quarantine for 14 days, and be fully vaccinated.
Tasmania will move to low risk, which means people who enter the state will need to be double vaccinated and complete two weeks of quarantine.
People from Tasmania can still enter WA without an approved pass, but must complete a registration and declaration.
A full list of the risk levels in Western Australia is available here.