Starting tomorrow (19th), when entering a multi-use facility, you will no longer have to fill out compulsory access lists such as QR codes, safety calls, and handwritten lists.

The Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters announced today that it will temporarily suspend the mandatory entry and exit list from the 19th as the epidemiological investigation method for COVID-19 confirmed cases has been changed.

Quarantine authorities have used various types of access lists such as QR, safe call, and handwritten list to track and manage the movement of contacts when a confirmed case occurs. In the meantime, we decided to adjust the operation of the access list.

According to the 'Omicron response quarantine and medical system conversion' policy, on the 7th, the government introduced an epidemiological investigation of a 'self-reported survey' method in which a confirmed person directly accesses the survey URL address and enters contact information.

The existing face-to-face and phone epidemiological investigations have been eliminated in order to put health center personnel who were conducting epidemiological investigations into home treatment management for high-risk groups.

Earlier, in another briefing, the Central Quarantine Countermeasures Headquarters (Bangdaebon) also said, "The function of the electronic access list has weakened as we decided to implement quarantine measures centered on high-risk confirmed cases and their families living together." "We are considering follow-up measures accordingly. " has been said.

However, in the case of facilities applying the quarantine pass, the QR service to check whether facility managers and users are vaccinated, etc. will continue.

Accordingly, facilities that apply the quarantine pass, such as restaurants and cafes, can continue to operate the QR check-in for the purpose of checking inoculation history as it is now.

In the case of QR codes, in addition to contact tracing functions, they have also been used to confirm quarantine passes along with paper certificates and COOV (electronic vaccination certificates).