Hotel companies across Queensland can now sign up for a streamlined check-in app to save time for customers at the door

The state government has launched a new “Check In Qld” app, which is used to save user information so that it can be used wherever the app is used

We hope to save guests time checking into venues with various QR code apps

It is up to the companies to sign up for the app, and it is not mandatory

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says it’s easier for contact tracers to work with an app

“It makes it easier for all restaurants to comply with public health directives by enabling customers and clients to check-in themselves and store their information safely

“As soon as users have used the Check In Qld app in a company, their data will be saved, which will save you time in the future and enable easy check-in at all participating locations

“A secure and consistent check-in app is a top priority as we accept the” new normal “of a COVID-safe environment

“What’s important is that the app removes some of the day-to-day burdens of COVID-19 restrictions on licensed venues and cafes and their customers

“It is everyone’s responsibility to keep our community safe, and effective contact tracing remains at the heart of our public health response

“The new Check In Qld app is free, contactless, secure, and convenient, and I know it’s being adopted by venues and people across the state”

The app has been tested and tested between Cairns and Ipswich since January More than 204 companies are now registered to use the app

Minister of Health and Emergency Services, Yvette D’Ath, says Queensland Health has also endorsed the app and will play a vital role in the state’s contact tracing efforts

“With the new Check In Qld app, Queensland Health’s hard working contact tracing team can quickly identify and support anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19

“The adoption of the app will intensify our efforts to unite and restore COVID-19 by ensuring that contact tracing can be done quickly in a time-sensitive situation

“People can rest assured that check-in details are securely stored by the Queensland government for 30 to 56 days and only used when necessary for contact tracking

“Companies outside of the hospitality industry can also use the app voluntarily,” said Ms. D’Ath

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