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From Monday, visitors to major establishments in Seoul, Incheon and Daejeon considered high risk for potential coronavirus outbreaks will have to scan QR codes with their personal information into a customer register in order to get in.
The Central Disaster Management Headquarters said the system, which is aimed at preventing the further spread of COVID-19, will be implemented at 19 locations across the three cities on a trial basis through June 7.
They include singing rooms, clubs, movie theaters, restaurants and churches.
The government said it will expand the QR-code register system for all high-risk facilities nationwide on June 10 and potentially implement it at other multiuse venues as well.
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