Coronavirus QR code
We have created a QR code which will be displayed at each of our venues for the puposes of collecting visitor information and to help trace and stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). It is a temporary record of visitors to the site to assist the NHS with Track and Trace.
Please scan the QR code when you arrive.
You can check-in at the venue easily by scanning the QR code on entry. There is no need to download an app!
Data storage and privacy compliant
We are using a company called Sproutsend to capture and securely store the data with the date and time of check-in. Data is collected, stored and deleted as per Government Guidelines (details below).
What data is captured?
Each customer is able to customise the type of data captured.
This can include but, is not limited to:
- Date and time you entered a venue
- The venue you visited
- Email address
- Phone number
How is the data used?
Your data is securely stored and only used if required for rapid contact tracing. It is collected for a specific purpose – contact tracing and cannot be used for any other purposes. It is deleted after 21 days. Sproutsend provides a service to assist venues in meeting government compliance and will not sell or use data for any purpose other than as required to operate this platform.
How long is data stored?
Your data is stored for the period of time as required by the UK government. The UK Government says that businesses should keep a temporary record of customers and visitors for 21 days and assist NHS Test and Trace with request for that data if needed.
If you have any concerns, questions or require further information, please send an email to [email protected]