COVID Care at Home
Most people with COVID-19 can care for themselves with some support from their GP.
WA COVID Care at Home delivers home monitoring care for COVID-positive people who require it due to having risk factors which put them at greater risk of requiring hospitalisation.
This is a free service but you will need to register. In order to be eligible for COVID Care at Home you must first have had a positive COVID-19 test result.
WA COVID Care at Home will enroll patients based on risk factors such as age, vaccination status, severity of symptoms, medical history and social factors. Patients will receive calls from the health care team to check their vital health signs and welfare.
COVID Care at Home patients may be provided with an easy-to-use device, a Pulse Oximeter, to measure the oxygen levels in their blood and heart rate. This device is placed on the fingertip and is non-invasive. You will receive full instructions on how to use the Pulse Oximeter.
Managing at Home with COVID-19
What do I do if I test positive for COVID-19?
What do I do if I am a close contact?
Most people who are generally fit and healthy and of younger age, especially if you have had 3 doses of vaccine, can manage their COVID-19 recovery at home. Click here for information on how to look after yourself if you test positive to COVID-19 and what to do if your symptoms become worse.
Learn more about managing COVID-19 at home and in the community.
For more information regarding quarantine and isolation requirements please refer to the Healthy WA website or click here.
COVID-19 PCR Testing sites
|Mon – Fri 8am – 4 pm|
Saturday: 8am – 12pm
|Rockingham Train Station|
Eastern Overflow Carpark off Rae Road
|Mon – Fri: 8am – 8 pm|
Saturday: 8am – 8pm
Sunday: 8am – 8pm
|Rockingham General Hospital |
Eleanora Drive, Rockingham
|Mon – Fri: 9:30am – 5pm|
Saturdays: 1pm – 5pm
|Port Kennedy Respiratory Clinic|
49 Chelmsford Ave, Port Kennedy
ph: 6500 1509