As at 31 March, several accommodation businesses are assisting with curtailing the spread of Coronavirus in WA.
Community Service Minister Simone McGurk has released a media statement indicating about 20 people experiencing homelessness are being moved in to Perth's Pan Pacific hotel as part of a "Hotels with Heart" pilot, to reduce the health risks for people experiencing homelessness during this difficult period. Due to their circumstances, people experiencing homelessness are often unable to take social distancing measures and self-isolate. Media statement
Accommodation company Quest has offered all its 11,000 rooms across its entire 140 hotel portfolio in Australia for residents returning from overseas who are required to quarantine for 14 days. Quest also offered to convert one of its properties into a makeshift "health facility" for people suffering with the coronavirus. More information here and here.
On Monday 30 March, West Australian cruise ship travellers were taken to Rottnest Island for a fortnight in quarantine, while approximately 600 Australians from other states and territories are being quarantined at the Duxton Hotel for two weeks before flying home.