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Meccanico Espresso and Wine faces alleged COVID breach | The Daily Advertiser

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A Wagga business owner has faced court over allegedly breaching a public health order. Richard Moffatt, the co-owner of Meccanico Espresso and Wine, appeared before Wagga Local Court on Wednesday charged with not complying with noticed direction of a COVID-19 ministerial direction. Senior Police Prosecutor Jason Tozer explained to the court “the direction in its most base form is that businesses comply with a COVID safety plan”. “It requires the provision of hand sanitiser, the QR code your honour has probably seen … maintaining a register, [and] keeping records,” he said. Magistrate Christopher Halburd elected to recuse himself as he had visited the eatery “regularly”. “An easy fix would be to send it to Albury…



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