However the Premiers of those states refused to be lectured by the one with the best variety of circumstances.
Mr McGowan mentioned on Saturday the border closure can be one of many final restrictions to be lifted.
“At this stage no consideration is at present being given to lifting WA’s laborious border with the remainder of Australia,” he mentioned.
“The WA well being recommendation from our chief well being officer is evident on this, the laborious border has been an efficient measure as a part of our success within the battle in opposition to COVID-19.
“Our laborious border will doubtless be one of many final measures to be lifted, to make sure we defend the well being of Western Australians.”
The Premier mentioned different states had been nonetheless seeing situations of group unfold and clusters of circumstances and he wouldn’t expose Western Australia.
“Permitting circumstances of COVID-19 into WA whereas we’re easing restrictions might probably be disastrous – and a big outbreak might imply we have to return to the strict situations as soon as once more,” he mentioned.
“The laborious border will not final endlessly, however for now it is vital that it stays in place.”
The WA roadmap to ease restrictions was based mostly on the most effective well being recommendation for WA.
“It’s Western Australian well being recommendation formulated by the most effective well being advisors in Western Australia, for Western Australia,” he mentioned.
The plan was to get individuals again to work safely and start the method of restarting the State’s economic system.
Within the subsequent part, this could imply bigger gatherings, much less restrictions on companies and group sport, playgrounds opening and additional reductions in regional journey boundaries inside WA.
“We all know the regional boundaries have been tough for a lot of regional communities – and if well being recommendation helps it, we’ll transfer to reopen these areas inside Western Australia as quickly as potential,” he mentioned.
Daile Cross manages the WAtoday newsroom.