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Mandatory electronic check-in

It is mandatory for some businesses, venues and events to have electronic check in systems.

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Businesses and organisations

  • Amusement centres
  • Aquariums
  • Business premises that are used for auction houses, other than clearing houses
  • Business premises that are used for nail salons, beauty salons, hairdressing salons, waxing salons, tanning salons, spas, tattoo parlours and massage parlours
  • Crematoria
  • Drive-in cinemas
  • Entertainment facilities
  • Hospitality venues:
    • Casinos
    • Food and drink premises, other than food courts – only for a person entering the premises to consume food or drink on the premises and persons who are staff and contractors
    • (c)    Micro-breweries, small distilleries holding a drink on-premises authorisation under the Liquor Act 2007 and cellar door premises – only for a person entering the premises to consume food or drink on the premises and persons who are staff and contractors
    • Pubs, small bars and registered clubs – for persons entering the premises, but not if the person is entering the premises solely for the purpose of collecting food or drink to consume off the premises
  • Function centres
  • Funeral homes
  • Information and education facilities (other than libraries)
  • Nightclubs
  • Party buses
  • Properties operated by the National Trust or the Historic Houses Trust
  • Public swimming pools
  • Recreation facilities (indoor)
  • Recreation facilities (major)
  • Sex on premises venues, being restricted premises where sex between patrons is permitted on the premises
  • Sex services premises
  • Strip clubs
  • Vessels used for hosting functions or for commercial tours
  • Zoological parks and reptile parks

Events

  • COVID-19 safe outdoor public gathering
  • Controlled outdoor public gatherings
  • Corporate events
  • Funerals and memorial services and gathering after funerals and memorial services
  • Wedding services and gatherings after wedding services

Electronic recording of entry is not mandatory for persons entering premises to attend a significant event (such as a wedding or funeral) at a place of public worship or entering premises for a religious service.

 

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