COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level 2) Amendment Order 2020

  • revoked
  • COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level 2) Amendment Order 2020: revoked, at 11.59 pm on 8 June 2020, pursuant to clause 3 of the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level 2) Order Revocation Order 2020 (LI 2020/112).
6 Clauses 8 and 9 replaced

Replace clauses 8 and 9 with:

8 People must comply with COVID-19 requirements

(1)

A person (person A) who enters a workplace of a business or service, uses its services, or carries out work for the business or service must comply with the requirements described in subclause (2) to the extent that they—

(a)

apply to the business or service in relation to person A; and

(b)

are notified to, or brought to the attention of, person A.

(2)

The requirements referred to in subclause (1) are the following (as applied by clause 9):

(a)

the physical distancing requirements in clauses 10(2)(a) and (b) and 11(2)(a):

(b)

the requirements in clauses 10(2)(e) and 11(2)(b) to keep records to enable contact tracing:

(c)

the requirement in clause 12(2)(b) to ensure that each customer or client is seated at a table except in limited circumstances.

(3)

A person—

(a)

must not participate in a social gathering that exceeds the number limit in clause 16(1); and

(b)

must, if participating in a social gathering, comply with the requirements in clause 17 to enable contact tracing records to be kept.

(4)

A breach of subclause (1) is an infringement offence for the purposes of section 26(3) of the COVID-19 Public Health Response Act 2020.

9 Persons that carry on businesses and services must comply with general and specific requirements

(1)

Any reference in clauses 8 or 10 to 13 to a requirement applying to a business or service must be read as a requirement that applies, in accordance with this clause, to the person who is carrying on the business or service.

(2)

All businesses and services must comply, so far as is reasonably practicable, with—

(a)

the general requirements in clause 10 or 11 (or both), to the extent applicable; and

(b)

each of the specific additional requirements in clauses 12 and 13 to the extent that they apply to their activities.

(3)

More than 1 business or service may operate in the same, or a shared, premises (for example, a shopping mall, a marketplace, or a cafe that operates in an office building) provided that each of those businesses and services is able to comply with all of the requirements in clauses 10 to 13 to the extent that they apply to them or their activities.

(4)

However,—

(a)

if there is a gathering of friends and whānau in the workplace at any 1 time,—

(i)

those people need not comply with the physical distancing requirements in clause 10(2)(b) or 11(2)(a); and

(ii)

a business or service need not ensure that they do so:

(b)

if the facility or venue of a business or service is hired for a social gathering, the business or service must comply with clauses 16 and 17 in relation to the customers or clients (instead of clauses 10 to 13).

(5)

In this clause, gathering of friends and whānau means a group of customers or clients who confirm that they are, or whom it is otherwise reasonable to believe to be, a group of persons who all know each other and can identify each other for the purpose of contact tracing.