Diners will soon be required to use the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app when visiting all Hong Kong restaurants, with paper submissions to be removed as an alternative. Photo: Felix Wong
Diners will soon be required to use the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app when visiting all Hong Kong restaurants, with paper submissions to be removed as an alternative. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: mandatory use of ‘Leave Home Safe’ app could kick in as early as next week at all Hong Kong’s restaurants, bars

  • November 25 seen as possible launch date for compulsory use of ‘Leave Home Safe’ app across all 16,000 licensed restaurants, bars citywide
  • Food and drink industry hopeful the move, eliminating paper option for leaving contact details, can help boost revenue with larger bookings, less regulation

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Diners will soon be required to use the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app when visiting all Hong Kong restaurants, with paper submissions to be removed as an alternative. Photo: Felix Wong
Diners will soon be required to use the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app when visiting all Hong Kong restaurants, with paper submissions to be removed as an alternative. Photo: Felix Wong
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