Queensland businesses risk huge fines if they fail to adopt the Check In Qld app | 7NEWS

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Businesses without the Check In Qld app risk huge fines from tomorrow when it becomes mandatory. Compliance officers will be doing random checks, and the Government is asking customers to police businesses as well.

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