From Monday, 7 February 2022, businesses that are permitted to allow unvaccinated people to enter will no longer need to collect contact information via the Check In Qld app.
Businesses that are only permitted to allow fully vaccinated people to enter must continue to collect contact information and proof of vaccination via the Check In Qld app.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today that the use of the Check-in app is no longer required at places like shops and taxis, but people would still need to show their vaccination status to enter certain venues.
Health Minister Yvette D’Ath said people visiting pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants would still need to check in, and those who were unvaccinated would still not be allowed in.
“So businesses such as clubs, hotels, and those venues will still operate the check-in for the purpose of confirming vaccination status and allowing us still to ensure checking of compliance with mandatory vaccination,” she said.
“For all other businesses from today immediately, they will not require a check-in.
“Now that means taxis and rideshare, that means retail supermarkets, it also means hairdressing, beauty therapy, gyms, many of those indoor play centres, real estate and auction houses, indoor sports centres.
“All of those areas will no longer need to, and any part of government buildings or services where the public ordinarily have access to, will not need to check in now.”
More information will be released on the Queensland Government website here.Learn More