The Davao City government is set to implement starting this week its Safe Davao QR (DQR), an electronic contact tracing and travel pass platform amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Under Executive Order No. 60 issued Tuesday, November 3, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said the use of DQR shall be mandatory beginning Saturday, November 7, 2020.
The DQR link has been made available to the public since October 31.
The mayor said all individuals, including non-residents of Davao City, need a DQR to enter and move within the city.
Each individual will be issued a one-time, permanent unique DQR upon successful online registration.
“All individuals are tasked to keep their DQR confidential and are prohibited from publicly posting their DQR to avoid identity theft,” Duterte-Carpio said.
She advised that the DQR must be stored in the email for future use or extra hard copies must be kept in a secure place.
Airplane travelers shall register for two codes, their QR code for the exit int he Davao International Airport and their DQR, she said.