A desert restaurant in Sydney has faced a backlash after being stated it would not adhere to the mandatory mask policy

Inner West residents are calling to boycott Drummoynes Love Crepe following its controversial social media post amid new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday

“Love Crepe believes wearing a mask is a crime against humanity,” read the Instagram post on Tuesday

“Let’s all come together and make this world a better place by focusing on what is really important”

Face masks are mandatory in some indoor spaces in the greater Sydney area as a COVID-19 cluster that has formed on the city’s northern beaches continues to grow

From midnight Saturday, residents of the region have to put on a mask when shopping, using public transport and visiting places of worship

Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian said the move offset the health risk while keeping citizens safe, but allowing companies to keep working

“We want NSW employees to be able to go about their business as much as possible, but we need to reduce risk in certain environments where we know there are challenges”

Residents in the greater Sydney area, including Wollongong, Central Coast, and Blue Mountains, are required to wear masks in certain indoor areas

Compliance began on Monday April 4th January, fined $ 200 for individuals for non-compliance

Greater Sydney extends from Hawkesbury to the Northern Beaches regions in the north, to the Blue Mountains in the west and the Wollondilly, Campbelltown and Sutherland regions in the south

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Source: https://7news.com.au/lifestyle/health-wellbeing/sydney-desert-restaurant-sparks-anger-over-refusal-to-comply-with-nsw-mask-mandate-c-1903367