Hospitality Transmission

My son lives in Sydney and all hospitality, Restaraunt’s, hotels pubs anywhere, that sells alcohol, there are strict rules.
1) You must book in advance
2) You must seated indoors or out.
3). You are only allowed a maximum 2 hour slot
4). You are temperature checked at the door.
5). You must scan the QR code on entry so there’s a record of you being there.

They are have and are dealing with this pandemic so much better than us and it’s working. So maybe we should take leaf out of their book.

Why the contribution is important

It’s important as thus is where people are picking up the virus, then they are taking it home.
It’s not home that is causing the issue, this just seems to be the issue.
Also it will stop people from over indulging which us being proved down under.
Also this will keep hospitality going and keep the economy going.
It will cut down on over drinking, as their time will be limited.

by Maverick59 on October 07, 2020 at 01:25PM

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  • Posted by divdav199 October 07, 2020 at 21:23

    Those are all pretty much the rules that every bar should be (and some are) in Scotland
  • Posted by EffectiveIdeas October 11, 2020 at 19:08

    Not sure about Australia, but in Scotland most of the transmission happens when people meet indoors in houses, not in hospitality.

    Still, some good ideas here, although not all effective, e.g. temperature checks.

    QR code on the other hand is effective and better for privacy/GDPR compliance. English app has it, Scottish app should include this too.
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