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Here in NSW, because of Covid-19, the state government is providing a way for businesses to register (and some have to) and get a “QR” code which lets visitors log on in a secure manner using a smart phone or tablet, and records their details in case there’s a need to trace a Covid-19 infection. The website indicates that “organisations” as well as businesses can do this, and the examples mention churches and accommodation, which are similar to residential strata buildings.
I’d like to know if a strata residential building has registered and is using the NSW QR code system?
If so, what are the advantages and disadvantages?
The FAQ page is here => https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/nsw-government-qr-code-businesses-faqs
I would think this system would be useful for logging in contractors, delivery people, and other visitors. Some residents would probably be more comfortable letting workers into their apartments if they have registered. The system has privacy protections, and is administered by the government, so people would be comfortable using it, I suspect. And for visitors without smartphones, there would be a paper form on the notice board – a sample is downloadable from that link.
Getting a QR Code only seems to require completing a Covid-19 Safety Plan for the building, which seems a good idea in any case.
Any thoughts or experiences to share?
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