A public health emergency order must specify—
(a) the public health emergency or serious risk to public health to which the order relates; and
(b) if the public health emergency or serious risk to public health has occurred, the location or a description of the location where the public is affected; and
(c) the persons or class of persons who may obtain and possess, use, sell or supply the poison or controlled substance or class of poison or controlled substance specified in the order; and
(d) the poisons or controlled substances or class of poison or controlled substance to which the order relates; and
(e) the date on which the order comes into force; and
(f) the period during which the order is in force, not exceeding 6 months.
S. 22F inserted by No. 17/2008 s. 5.