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Australia Daniel Andrews boasts state's yet to be revealed check-in technology

02:50  30 october  2020
02:50  30 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Daniel Andrews has claimed Victoria's check-in technology at pubs and restaurants will be 'well ahead' of New South Wales' coronavirus measures - as his state records four new infections.

The premier has not yet been able to confirm when Victoria's contract tracing software will be introduced - despite NSW and the ACT bringing in their own technology last month.

On Friday, Victoria reported four new coronavirus cases and no deaths, leaving the state toll on 819 and the national figure at 907.

The Service NSW app allows residents to check into businesses who are using the COVID Safe QR code by scanning with their smartphone.

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'Contact tracing is one of the most powerful tools to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community,' the Service NSW website reads.

Daniel Andrews in a suit standing in front of a sign: Daniel Andrews has claimed Victoria's check-in technology at pubs and restaurants will be 'well ahead' of NSW's coronavirus measures © Provided by Daily Mail Daniel Andrews has claimed Victoria's check-in technology at pubs and restaurants will be 'well ahead' of NSW's coronavirus measures

'You'll be notified by the Service NSW app, phone or email if there's an outbreak at a location you've checked in to.'

Restaurants, pubs and cafes finally opened in Melbourne on Wednesday after Mr Andrews lifted the city's lockdown.

Businesses can use pen and paper or download their own QR code systems online to track their customers but the methods are not linked to the Department of Health and Human Services­'­ new contact tracing IT system.

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'I think it's really important that we get this right, and there are a number of different issues here,' the premier said on Thursday.

'There's privacy, the security of the data that's captured, and then there's also making sure that we have perfect compatibility ­between the front door to the system­, the QR code system, and the database that we have built.'

Mr Andrews was asked why it was taking his state longer to implement the software - even after weeks in lockdown.

a woman holding a wine glass: Restaurants, pubs and cafes finally opened in Melbourne on Wednesday after Mr Andrews lifted the city's lockdown. Businesses can use pen and paper or download their own QR code systems online to track their customers but the methods are not linked to the Department of Health and Human Services­'­ new contact tracing IT system © Provided by Daily Mail Restaurants, pubs and cafes finally opened in Melbourne on Wednesday after Mr Andrews lifted the city's lockdown. Businesses can use pen and paper or download their own QR code systems online to track their customers but the methods are not linked to the Department of Health and Human Services­'­ new contact tracing IT system

'Well if there's some implied criticism in the question then I don't accept that. You've got to get this right and getting it right is not quite as simple as just taking something off the shelf,' he said.

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Mr Andrews referred to Chief Scientist Alan Finkel, who said Victoria have made 'enormous improvements' with their contact tracing.

'When you've got the best-in-class IT system — and that's not my judgment, it's a judgment from people like Alan Finkel … it's not quite as simple as taking something from another state or taking something off the shelf,' he said.

'You've got to get it right and this process, I think … if you were to compare the two pathways, I think we will finish up with a universal QR product … well ahead of the equivalent point on the NSW journey, for instance.'

One of the four new coronavirus infections reported on Friday is under investigation.

a group of people sitting at a table using a laptop: Danny the owner of Lux Foundry cafe in Brunswick serves customers on Wednesday in Melbourne © Provided by Daily Mail Danny the owner of Lux Foundry cafe in Brunswick serves customers on Wednesday in Melbourne

Melbourne's rolling new cases average rose from 2.4 to 2.6 on Friday, but mystery cases to Tuesday dropped by half to two.

The corresponding figures remain zero for regional Victoria.

Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton posted on Twitter that two of the four latest positive tests were weak and an expert panel might determine they were not true cases.

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'One case appears to be historical/recovered. And one case under investigation,' he said.

The latest figures come as Mr Andrews encouraged Victorians to dob in people flouting COVIDSafe rules.

Before Melbourne's first weekend in months with open pubs, restaurants and cafes, Mr Andrews sent a warning to businesses and customers.

'If you do not do the right thing in your shop, in your setting, in choices that you make, whether you be a customer, a worker or a business owner, then you are putting everyone at risk,' he said.

On-the-spot fines of $1652 for individuals and $9913 for businesses can be handed out for COVID-19 restriction breaches.

The premier said Victorians could report suspected breaches to the coronavirus hotline, with Victoria Police, WorkSafe and authorised officers following up.

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A Melbourne childcare centre was closed and up to 100 people forced into self-isolation after a girl connected to a cluster in Melbourne's northern suburbs tested positive to COVID-19.

The young girl was among three new cases recorded in Victoria on Thursday, although the two other infections are under investigation and may be removed from the state's tally.

Mr Andrews confirmed one of the two cases tested positive for the virus in August, while the other was a close contact of a positive case that same month.

In the other case, Department of Health and Human Services deputy secretary for outbreak management Euan Wallace said the girl attended the Good Start Early Learning Centre on Plenty Road in Bundoora between October 20 and 22.

The family went into self-isolation after the mother tested positive on October 25, with the girl testing positive three days later.

Professor Wallace said a dozen close contacts at the centre have been identified, including eight children and four staff.

Six children and three staff have returned negative test results so far. Their close contacts will also have to undergo testing and will self isolate for 14 days.

The childcare centre will reopen after a deep clean.

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