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Michael Turnbull conducts private inspection amid coronavirus


Former Bachelorette star Michael Turnbull is also the principal owner of Lowest Commission Real Estate.

And on Saturday, the 37-year-old took all precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic, while conducting a private inspection at a property in Brisbane.

Dressed in a black polo top and blue plaid trousers, the TV personality also wore a face mask and gloves.  

Health and safety first! Bachelorette star Michael Turnbull (pictured), 37, wore a face mask and gloves as he conducted a private inspection on a Brisbane property on Saturday, amid the coronavirus pandemic

Health and safety first! Bachelorette star Michael Turnbull (pictured), 37, wore a face mask and gloves as he conducted a private inspection on a Brisbane property on Saturday, amid the coronavirus pandemic

Michael added a Louis Vuitton belt, black leather dress shoes and a statement watch, as he set up for the private inspection.

He was seen mounting a welcome sign with the text ‘private inspection only’ and sprayed potential homeowner’s hands with sanitiser.

On Tuesday night, Prime Minister Scott Morrison banned public auctions and open inspections amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Signage: The reality star, who is also the principal owner of a real estate company, mounted a welcome sign with the text 'private inspection only'

Signage: The reality star, who is also the principal owner of a real estate company, mounted a welcome sign with the text ‘private inspection only’ 

Restrictions: Amid the coronavirus pandemic, private inspections, such as Michael's, are still able to go ahead. Michael is pictured with a potential home buyer

Restrictions: Amid the coronavirus pandemic, private inspections, such as Michael’s, are still able to go ahead. Michael is pictured with a potential home buyer

Taking all precautions: Michael kept a 1.5 metre distance and sprayed visitor's hands with sanitiser

Taking all precautions: Michael kept a 1.5 metre distance and sprayed visitor’s hands with sanitiser 

Private inspections are still able to go ahead. 

‘In the retail space, auction houses, gatherings together in auction rooms, that can no longer continue, Morrison said in a press conference on Tuesday.

‘Real estate auctions and open house inspections – in particular, open house inspections – that cannot continue,’ he added. 

New rules: On Tuesday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison banned public auctions and open inspections amid the coronavirus pandemic

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New rules: On Tuesday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison banned public auctions and open inspections amid the coronavirus pandemic 

Private inspections only: 'In the retail space, auction houses, gatherings together in auction rooms, that can no longer continue,' Morrison said in a press conference

Private inspections only: ‘In the retail space, auction houses, gatherings together in auction rooms, that can no longer continue,’ Morrison said in a press conference 

Comments: 'Real estate auctions and open house inspections – in particular, open house inspections – that cannot continue,' he added

Comments: ‘Real estate auctions and open house inspections – in particular, open house inspections – that cannot continue,’ he added 

Working through hard times: Despite the strict measures, Michael appeared relaxed as he greeted potential homeowners

Working through hard times: Despite the strict measures, Michael appeared relaxed as he greeted potential homeowners

The restrictions come as the country continues to fight the spread of the deadly coronavirus. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. It can produce pneumonia.

The spread of the disease, which began in Wuhan, China, has seen over 590,000 cases worldwide and more than 27,000 fatalities.

Duty of care: Michael also notified visitors that he was following strict hygiene procedures

Duty of care: Michael also notified visitors that he was following strict hygiene procedures

Staying connected: Michael appeared to have taken a business call

Demure: He appeared relaxed and in charge

Taking care of business: Michael looked to have taken a business call on site

Attire: Michael cut a polished figure for the occasion, opting for a black polo shirt, blue plaid pants and black leather dress shoes

Attire: Michael cut a polished figure for the occasion, opting for a black polo shirt, blue plaid pants and black leather dress shoes 

Fame: Michael debuted on reality television back in 2015, on Sam Frost's season of The Bachelorette

Fame: Michael debuted on reality television back in 2015, on Sam Frost’s season of The Bachelorette 

Giving love another chance: While he failed to capture the heart of Sam, he went on to star in the 2018 spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise

Giving love another chance: While he failed to capture the heart of Sam, he went on to star in the 2018 spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise 

As of Saturday afternoon, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 3,573 including 14 deaths. 

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Morrison has urged Australians to stay at home unless absolutely necessary, such as grocery and pharmacy trips. 

Michael rose to fame on Sam Frost’s season of The Bachelorette back in 2015.

He went on to star in the 2018 season of spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise. 

Man of many talents: Prior to real estate and reality TV, Michael had a brief career as a professional soccer player

Man of many talents: Prior to real estate and reality TV, Michael had a brief career as a professional soccer player

Equipped: Michael came prepared for the inspection, carrying a folder with details of the property inside

Equipped: Michael came prepared for the inspection, carrying a folder with details of the property inside 

Packing up! The former professional soccer player loaded up his car

Packing up! The former professional soccer player loaded up his car 

Statistics: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. As of March 28, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 3,573 including 14 deaths

Statistics: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness accompanied by fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath and fatigue. As of March 28, the total number of people diagnosed with the virus in Australia is 3,573 including 14 deaths 



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