Staff from museums, galleries and theatres have observed that fewer than half of guests are signing in with QR codes, as the summer scanning slump continues, Stuff reports. As part of its contact tracing efforts, the Auckland Museum has QR codes “all over the place” – not just at the entrance, but right though different sections, given some areas are interactive. It also has paper diaries available for people who want to keep a manual record. Meanwhile, the council encourages people to use the app more diligently in order to keep New Zealand Covid-free.
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