New QR Code Check-In System & Poster for NHS COVID-19 app

**Updated Advice 29/09/2020**

NABMA has received a number of questions on the subject of NHS QR Codes relating to markets.

Following contact with government officials then they have advised that the Department of Health and Social Care have confirmed “that markets aren’t required to display a QR code but can do so if they wish”.




Businesses are now required by law to display the official NHS QR code posters from today so people can check-in at different premises with the new app.
 
You should create and display a QR code if you are:

·        a business, place of worship or community organisation with a physical location that is open to the public

·        an event which is taking place in a physical location

If you have more than one venue, you need to create a separate QR code for each location. You can add multiple locations in the service.
 
You can create your own posters by visiting the government website here:
 
https://www.gov.uk/create-coronavirus-qr-poster
 
This poster can be in addition to or as a replacement to any existing contact tracing system in place.  

NHS COVID919 app

People across England and Wales are being urged to download the NHS COVID-19 app to help control the spread of coronavirus and protect themselves and their loved ones as case numbers rise.

You can download the app from the following:

Google Play for Android: http://bit.ly/NHSCOVIDGoogle
iOS for Apple: http://bit.ly/NHSCOVIDApple

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