Test & Trace: Venues required by law to record contact details

Source: GOV.UK

 

Premises and venues across England must have a system in place to record contact details of their customers, visitors and staff in the latest move to break the chains of transmission of coronavirus.

Businesses and other public settings where people meet socially including hospitality, close contact and leisure venues must record contact details of customers, visitors and staff on their premises to tackle the spread of coronavirus

details must be stored for 21 days and shared with NHS Test and Trace, if requested

fixed penalties for organisations that do not comply

 

Further information on the changes to Test and Trace can be found on the GOV.UK website by clicking here.

 

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