(1) The Chief Health
Officer must ensure that a person to whom a public health order applies is
informed in language likely to be readily understood by the person —
the person’s obligations under section 88(2) to (4); and
the person’s rights under section 88(5); and
the person’s right under section 127 to apply to the State
Administrative Tribunal for a review of the decision to make the order; and
the person has the right to obtain legal advice and to communicate with a
about the purpose and effect of the order; and
force may be used to enforce the order; and
failure to comply with the order is an offence.
(2) If the person to
whom a public health order applies is a protected person —
suitably modified version of the explanation required by subsection (1) is
also to be given to the responsible person on whom the order is personally
served in accordance with section 118(2); and
without limiting paragraph (a), the explanation must also inform the
responsible person of his or her obligations under section 123.
(3) This section
applies, with all necessary changes, to a variation to a public health order.
(4) Failure to comply
with this section does not invalidate a public health order.