This provision, collected in the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands (BOC) and in force since last Friday, establishes that restaurants prepare list of users that includes names and surnames, ID and telephone number, as well as the time and date the service was performed. This information must be available to the health authorities for one month, to assist with tracking tasks.
“Some restaurants began to carry out this registration manually, something that not only makes you have to pass the pen and paper from customer to customer, but also exposes the data to anyone,” explains Víctor Monzón. He is one of the partners of the company based in Salinetas that has launched the digital tool with which they intend to “give a hand” to the sector, streamlining the process in a simple and totally free way.
And it is that those companies that are interested only have to register at dejaturastro.com. «Then they will receive an email with a exclusive QR code for each establishment that they only have to put in the entrance or in view of the clients. They will be the ones who must scan this code with their mobile phones and fill in the details of the form that “is completely confidential and is used only in the event of an outbreak detected”, assures Monzón. It also explains that the information is only kept during the month stipulated by the regulations.
Since last friday more than 300 businesses almost all the islands (except El Hierro and La Graciosa) make use of this tool which, according to its creators, could be implemented in other areas.