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    scotlandx
    Strataguru

    No you can’t refuse entry to a resident who is not wearing a mask. But you can refuse entry to a non-resident who is not wearing a mask, such as a tradesperson.

     

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    Jimmy-T
    Keymaster
    Chat-starter

    Absolutely right and I should have made that clear in the story – have now done so.

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    TonyC
    Flatchatter

    True, you can’t make it a condition of entry for residents to wear a mask.

    But that does not excuse the OC from complying with the Public Heath Order by putting up signs at entrances and in common areas that wearing a mask is required. It goes further – the OC has a legal duty of care for health and safety. In just the same way as they must repair unsafe paths, they must request all-comers to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19 to comply with their duty of care (and protect themselves against a lawsuit).

    If your signs are not up yet, you should print them out from the NSW Government / Far Trading website and put them up.

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