Track and Trace

Qualifications at East Sussex College
September 18, 2020
Corona Update
COVID Restrictions: 22nd September
September 22, 2020

From this Thursday (24th September) designated businesses and organisations, including hospitality, close contact services and leisure venues, will be legally required to display official NHS QR code posters under law ahead of the NHS COVID-19 app being rolled out.

Creating the code takes just a few minutes, and can be done by going to https://www.gov.uk/create-coronavirus-qr-poster

It is also mandatory for a wider range of businesses and organisations, including hospitality, close contact services and leisure venues to collect customer, visitor and staff contact detail logs from Friday 18 September.

The full list of businesses which MUST display an NHS Track and Trace QR code is listed below

Hospitality:

  • restaurants, including restaurants and dining rooms in hotels or members’ clubs
  • cafes, including workplace canteens
  • bars, including bars in hotels or members’ clubs
  • public houses

Leisure and tourism:

  • amusement arcades
  • art fairs
  • betting and bingo halls
  • casinos
  • clubs providing team sporting activities
  • facilities for use by elite and professional sportspeople (including sports stadia)
  • heritage locations and attractions open to the public (including castles, stately homes and other historic houses)
  • hotels and other guest accommodation provided on a commercial basis, including in bed and breakfast accommodation, boats, campsites, caravans, chalets, guest houses, holiday parks, hostels, motels, pubs, sleeper trains and yurts
  • indoor sport and leisure centres
  • outdoor swimming pools and lidos
  • museums and galleries
  • music recording studios open for public hire or other public use
  • public libraries

Close contact services:

  • barbers
  • beauticians (including those providing cosmetic, aesthetic and wellness treatments)
  • dress fitters, tailors and fashion designers
  • hairdressers
  • nail bars and salons
  • skin and body piercing services
  • sports and massage therapists
  • tattooists

Local authority run services:

  • community centres
  • youth and community centres
  • village halls