Auscura helps restaurants comply with Michigan’s ‘Gatherings and Face Masks Epidemic Order’ so they avoid fines and keep their doors open.
CHICAGO, IL, November 14, 2020 /Neptune100/ — Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer paved the way for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to impose the Gatherings and Face Masks Epidemic Order. The rule mandates that people entering an eating establishment sign in before ordering and that this data be accessible to the MDHHS whenever needed for COVID-19 contact tracing.
Although there is no current requirement to ask customers about COVID symptoms, testing, or exposure, that could change. As well, forward-thinking restaurants require an “entry pass” before seating people.
Auscura offers a cloud-based solution to make it easy for guests to enter contact information quickly and easily before entering an establishment.
Customers are automatically directed by entrance signage that includes a QR code. Once scanned, a customized web page appears, allowing patrons to enter their name and mobile phone number and immediately receive an entry pass. The log can be accessed at any time by the MDHHS.
Auscura’s low-cost solution can be used to ask about COVID risk factors and create an entry pass within seconds. This tool can be set-up in one day and allows your business to comply with the law and any forthcoming changes with minimal inconvenience to your valued customers.
Auscura is a technology company founded in 2012 that automates secure messaging. Healthcare systems use our platform to improve patient outcomes. Since the pandemic onset, we have provided COVID risk screening, infection pattern tracking, and restaurant record-keeping for clients ranging in size from a commodities exchange with offices in twenty countries to a smoothie franchise owner.