Almost all the close and casual contacts of a coronavirus case that sparked a five-day lockdown for parts of Western Australia have tested negative for the virus.
Authorities have identified 528 people linked in some way to the case of a security guard at a quarantine hotel who unwittingly roamed the streets of Perth while infectious.
So far 522 have tested negative with just six waiting on test results.
They were among 5264 people checked for COVID-19 on Saturday, with no new cases reported.
Health Minister Roger Cook said officials were continuing to hunt for more contacts, but believed WA was "in a good place".
"Obviously when you had someone in the community for a number of days who was COVID-positive with the UK strain, we were looking at a very dangerous situation," he said.
"That's why we moved quickly, decisively, to crush the virus.
"We were very pleased when we had, over the first few days, results come back from the very close contacts which indicated they were negative.
"And since then you've gone on to see a great response from the WA community to continue to crush the disease and any potential outbreak."
With the lockdown lifted on Friday, a range of restrictions remain for Perth and Peel until 12.01am on Sunday, February 14.
All residents, including teachers and high school students, must continue to wear masks while outside their homes except for during vigorous outdoor exercise.
A 20-person limit will be imposed on all private indoor gatherings, while a four square metre rule and a cap of 150 attendees will apply to hospitality and retail venues and weddings.
Restaurants, pubs and bars can only have seated service and only essential travel is permitted in and out of the combined restricted zone.
Western Australia will also keep its border restrictions in place for both NSW and Victoria.
Travellers from those regions are required to isolate for 14 days and present for a coronavirus test on day 11.