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Businesses are reminded to download the NSW Government Service NSW QR code

Businesses are reminded to download the NSW Government Service NSW QR code

Hospitality businesses and hairdressers are reminded to download and use the NSW Government Service NSW QR code to register, or face severe penalties, the new rules will take effect on January 1, 2021.

Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello said the government service NSW QR code system is fast, free, accurate and unique.

“The consequences of non-compliance and complacency when having electronic records are serious – it endangers people’s health and destroys jobs,” Mr Dominello said.

“The feedback we received from Contact Tracer is that the service NSW QR code is a very effective organization in helping NSW Health to protect the community.

“Our QR code prevents the use of pseudonyms because the customer’s personal details will be automatically captured by the service NSW application when scanning the smartphone with the QR code.

“We need to be vigilant and not rest on our laurels. Businesses should already have electronic records, and this move will further strengthen our regression.

“Non-compliance is easy to detect and will not be tolerated. You have or do not have the service NSW QR code to comply with public health orders. There will be no ifs or buts.

“Businesses use about 50,000 NSW government QR codes, and more than 2 million customers have scanned one of our QR codes, with 94 percent giving a thumbs up.”

Mr Dominello encouraged customers to download the service NSW app before the new rules come into effect on January 1, 2021.

“It only takes minutes to do this and a few seconds to check businesses, which helps keep people safe and keep the economy open,” Mr Dominello said.

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Businesses also need to make sure they have seen the green tick of customers before entering to comply with orders.

Personal information obtained by businesses will be kept safe by the government and will only be used by NSW Health in the event of an explosion. It will be cleared after 28 days.

Customers who do not have a smartphone can sign up for businesses via other digital devices such as the electronic form on the tablet.

The government will consider expanding the mandate to other industries later in the new year and will inform the community.