WA has had another deadly day as the pandemic continues, with 14 people with COVID reported dead.
There is good news, though: the daily number of cases has fallen again, with 3,896 new cases registered until 8pm on Saturday.
The deaths date to June 3 and include three men in their 90s, three men and two women in their eighties, three men and a woman in their seventies, a woman in their sixties and a woman in their fifties.
WA Health will not release any further information due to confidentiality requirements.
The dead bring WA’s COVID death toll since the start of the pandemic in 2020 to 352.
COVID cases have shown a declining trend in recent days to coincide with the weekend, with 4,052 cases reported on Saturday.
Thursday was also a dark day in WA, as another 14 deaths were reported.
There are currently 31,679 active cases in Western Australia. Saturday evening until 6 p.m. 280 people with COVID-19 were in hospital, 14 in the ICU.
Of the 3,896 cases reported on Saturday, 1,402 were confirmed via a PCR test and the remaining 2,584 were self-reported positive rapid antigen tests.
Yesterday, a total of 4,791 PCR tests were performed in state-run or private pathology clinics.
WA has registered 851,776 cases since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.