QR code check-in will be further enforced in Queensland from Friday | 7NEWS

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  • 7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “QR code check-in will be further enforced in Queensland from Friday | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

    The QR code will be further enforced from Friday, meaning Queenslanders will have to check in every time they shop for food, or get a haircut.

    Small business owners are not happy with the rule change, concerned it will be too hard to police customers.

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