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news.com.au 18 Nov, 2021 23:00 am

Covid check-ins could end at cafes, shopping centres in NSW if cases keep falling

Covid check-ins could end at cafes, shopping centres in NSW if cases keep falling
Mandatory QR code check-ins at certain NSW venues deemed low-risk could end before Christmas if coronavirus cases keep falling.

Shopping centres and cafes would be the first to abandon the practice and could return to voluntary sign-in if the health advice allows, The Sydney Morning Herald first reported on Friday.Health officials have not seen much transmission in shopping centres.“We just don’t see very much transmission at all in … supermarkets, shopping centres and so on.Coronavirus check-ins at certain venues deemed low-risk could end before Christmas if cases keep falling.

Mandatory QR code check-ins at certain NSW venues deemed low-risk could end before Christmas if coronavirus cases keep falling.Picture: William West/AFP He added, “I am optimistic we can retire the use of QR codes in lower-risk settings in the near future, subject to case numbers and vaccination rates.

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