In Moscow, Citizens are Offered to Get Temporary Tattoos with the Image of Q R -Codes to Visit Restaurants and Cafes
OREANDA-NEWS. Muscovites who have been vaccinated against coronavirus or have had it over the past six months will be able to go to a restaurant or cafe in the city with a temporary tattoo with their QR code, the press service of the Delivery Club food delivery service, one of the authors of the project, said.
The company launched such an option in conjunction with the online store Everink Tattoo. In total, six options for barcode design are available for users so that everyone can choose a sketch for themselves.
To get a tattoo, you need to place an order on the website and, after contacting the manager, send a QR code to the store. The drawing will last for two weeks.
"With the help of our project, we want to draw attention to catering establishments, as well as remind about the importance and necessity of vaccination ... With our temporary tattoos, we want to defuse the current situation a little, and at the same time diversify and make the process of showing QR codes in city establishments more interesting", - explained in the press service.
Since June 28, in Moscow, only citizens who have been vaccinated against coronavirus, have had it no more than six months ago, or people who have a negative PCR test, can attend institutions and public events with a population of more than 500 people. Visitors must confirm this status using a special QR code.