Food Delivery Service Offers QR CODE TATTOOS

Food Delivery Service Offers QR CODE TATTOOS

Food Delivery Service Offers QR CODE TATTOOS
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A Russian delivery service offered temporary QR code tattoos to the residents that they will eventually need to enter restaurants and bars. Further, the company campaigns against getting vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Reports said the residents need to show a QR code. It will show as proof that they tested negative from COVID-19 or already vaccinated. Recently the government reported 786 COVID-19-related deaths – the highest number confirmed in a day. Nevertheless, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said things are now stabilizing in Moscow.

The said effort is in light with the recent surges in the country, blaming the more infectious Delta variant and slow rate of vaccination. 

Delivery Club, decided to work with Everink Tattoo –  a startup that produces and sells temporary tattoos. They aim to help food establishments and remind people the importance to have anti-COVID-19 vaccine

They also partnered with Sberbank (SBER.MM), Russia’s largest lender, and Internet firm Mail.Ru (MAILRq).

Meanwhile, the delivery service offers six different designs for the QR code tattoos which lasts for two weeks. They are also water resistant.

Food Delivery Service Offers QR CODE TATTOOS
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In a statement, the company said: “With our temporary tattoos, we want to defuse the current situation a bit; along the way diversify and make the process of presenting QR codes at city institutions more interesting.”