Czech citizens will have to register themselves when visiting pubs and restaurants, as in Germany or Britain, Minister Prymula plans.
In the UK, venues “should assist this service by keeping a temporary record of your customers and visitors for 21 days, in a way that is manageable for your business”.
GDPR (General Data Protection Register) rules required the customer to be told why and how their data was being collected and what would happen to it.
“When the Ministry of Health will announce, I will release a comment about it,” Interior Minister Jan Hamáček (CSSD) told CNN Prima NEWS.
Prymula added that a more massive campaign is being prepared in favor of expanding the eRouška app, which is currently used by about 560,000 people.
Further updates will follow soon.