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My understanding is that it happens a lot.no, there's no law about lying to contact tracers.
Sounds like the person in question while not getting done for the contact tracing misinfo are having the book thrown at them for everything else. Facing deportation for working while on a temporary graduate visa:My understanding is that it happens a lot.
To identify how infectious diseases are transmitted from person to person public health units often have to interview people engaging in illicit or highly stigmatised activity like illicit drug use or trafficking, sex work, extra marital affairs, men who identify as heterosexual but have sex with other men, etc.
As you’d expect people sometimes don’t provide the full version of events and decisions on outbreak management have to be made rapidly using incomplete information and inferences based on past experience and understanding of transmission dynamics.
And that’s with these conversations remaining strictly confidential between the interviewee and the contact tracer (much like patient doctor confidentiality).
I read today that SA police are suggesting they’ll be using information provided during these interviews to investigate allegations of criminal activity by this guy. This is not a good move imo. Controlling outbreaks is challenging enough as it is and it’s not difficult to imagine people engaging in this sort of activity would be even more reluctant to cooperate with the health department if they knew they were in bed with law enforcement. The health/criminal investigations should be kept at arms length.
My partner and I have a worm farm set up which I highly recommend to get rid of loads of scraps etc.Nice story.
The amount of good food we waste everyday would be enough to feed the world. Wastage probably annoys me more than most, i try and run a zero waste kitchen. But i guess it just the disposable times we live in, things like nose to tail eating are a lost art.
With residential tenancies you must give 3 months notice even if tenants are on a month to month lease. Cant get an exact answer for commercial leases but I believe there are covid protections on notices to vacate until next year.Yeah if you're renewing each month it means you could walk away with a month's notice essentially, surely they don't need to give you more than the same back?
That seems surprising. The entire concept of month to month is you're able to leave with only a few weeks notice surely?With residential tenancies you must give 3 months notice even if tenants are on a month to month lease. Cant get an exact answer for commercial leases but I believe there are covid protections on notices to vacate until next year.
Just pissed that I paid the landlord for 4 months when the office was unavailable for use and the landlord didnt even notify me they were trying to lease it out, found out by an employee noticing it on real estate websites.
28 days is the requirement for residential tenants to give notice to vacate.That seems surprising. The entire concept of month to month is you're able to leave with only a few weeks notice surely?
Yes.. exactly. 28 days. A month.28 days is the requirement for residential tenants to give notice to vacate.
Much easier for a landlord to get new tenants in than it is for tenants to find a new home within 28 days.
I cant find the exact rule for a commercial lease.