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Winnipeg restaurant spots phony QR codes among vaccinated customers

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July 18, 2021 Manitoba restaurants can’t find enough staff to fill openings “We could leave ourselves open to a fine. I apologized and let them know we can’t take the chance.”Under current public health orders, restaurants and bars are allowed to be open at 25 per cent capacity indoors, and 50 per cent capacity for outdoors, until 10 p.m.People dining indoors must be from the same household, but those rules are waived if everyone at the table is fully vaccinated.When the province launched the secure QR codes as digital and physical proof of vaccination last month, premier Brian Pallister said the benefits of the vaccination cards were earned by Manitobans who have made the effort to get vaccinated and follow restrictions.“We are all eager.

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