As the coronavirus pandemic probes the community, Orange resident Paul Cashen is concerned after he received a knock at the door.
Mr Cashen said he was approached by a salesperson from an solar energy company who didn't wear a mask or gloves.
"I asked them if they should be knocking on people's doors during COVID-19 and their response was 'it's not a pandemic in this area at the moment'," he said.
"I have a sticker on my door to say 'salesperson do not knock' and for this to happen in these times I'm really not happy.
"After they left my doorstep, they went on to knock on other people's doors."
Mr Cashen also said he called the company and spoke to the secretary about the individual door knocking during a pandemic.
"I raised the issue about the individual not wearing a mask and they were dumbfounded and didn't know what to say after that," he said.
"I was supposed to hear back from the manager of the company but I haven't heard from them yet."
Mr Cashen suffers from emphysema and he and his family are doing the best they can to self-isolate.
"It's concerning to think people from Sydney are coming up to the country to door knock during this time," he said.
"When companies send teams from the city to come to the country they are asking for trouble."
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