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Visitors to Christchurch City Council public facilities reminded to scan in
Visitors to Christchurch City Council’s public facilities are being reminded to use the New Zealand COVID-19 tracer app to scan in every time they visit.
Council is advising visitors to its aquatic, sport and recreation centres, libraries, community centres, service centres, the Civic Offices, the Christchurch Art Gallery, the Akaroa Museum or the Visitors’ Centre in the Botanic Garden to scan the QR code to help keep everyone safe.
Christchurch City Council COVID-19 Incident Management Team lead Mary Richardson notes “there are QR codes displayed at all our public facilities and it is really important that people use them to scan in.
“We have been very fortunate to have no community transmission cases in Christchurch for several months, but we are still in the midst of a worldwide pandemic and we cannot afford to get complacent.
“We need people to use the NZ COVID-19 tracer app to scan the codes at our facilities so that health officials can respond quickly to contain any outbreak.”
Image courtesy newsline.ccc.govt.nz/
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