New Brunswick COVID-19 rules require venues collect patrons’ contact info in case of outbreak

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New Brunswick’s mandatory order says anyone accepting patrons for the purposes of eating, drinking, socializing, ceremony or entertainment, are required to collect their contact information

The same requirements apply to anyone who “hosts, organizes or permits gatherings larger than 50,” the order reads.

“This way we have a record and can go back to them and say there was an outbreak while you were there,” he said. “We want to get you tested and need to know who you’ve been in contact with.”

 

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Power corrupts... given all the nonsense surrounding Covid it’s getting harder by the day to believe that this has more to do with public health than it does “citizen compliance”. Time will tell, but this sure feels like a slippery slope.

Nah. I wear a mask... that's far enough.

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