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Mandatory scanning of DQR code ordered in Davao City

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by: Davao City Information Office

All establishments and offices in Davao City must implement the scanning of the Safe Davao QR code of all individuals entering their premises starting on February 3, 2021. The strict implementation of the Safe Davao QR code is mandated in Executive Order No. 02 released by City Hall on Thursday, January 21.  “Based on the pilot tes ...

All establishments and offices in Davao City must implement the scanning of the Safe Davao QR code of all individuals entering their premises starting on February 3, 2021. The strict implementation ...

All establishments and offices in Davao City must implement the scanning of the Safe Davao QR code of all individuals entering their premises starting on February 3, 2021. The strict implementation of the Safe Davao QR code is mandated in Executive Order No. 02 released by City Hall on Thursday, January 21.  “Based on the pilot testing, the system can now function for the purpose it was developed, thus, mandatory implementation of its use can now proceed,” Mayor Inday Sara Duterte said in her EO.  Section 2 of the ...

All establishments and offices in Davao City must implement the scanning of the Safe Davao QR code of all individuals entering their premises starting on February 3, 2021. The strict implementation of the Safe Davao QR code is mandated in Executive Order No. 02 released by City Hall on Thursday, January 21.  “Based on the pilot testing, the system can now function for the purpose it was developed, thus, mandatory implementation of its use can now proceed,” Mayor Inday Sara Duterte said in her EO.  Section 2 of the EO requires all individual offices and establishments to scan the DQR of the individuals entering their premises or post their establishment DQR ready for scanning by individuals, except the following establishments: 1) offices and establishments that are not enclosed or are not inside a structure with a roof and walls, for example, milk tea stall, ambulant vendor, lechon manok stand, sari-sari store, bakeshops, market (palengke) stall, etc.  2) buildings that contain several offices or stores inside, such as malls, hospitals, commercial complexes, etc. Other exceptions are indi ...

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