Using WiFi for Contact Tracing

Published by Andy Fox on

For restaurants and other hospitality establishments dealing with the Pandemic, WiFi can be a useful tool for establishing a contact tracing database.

Whether it is through state regulations, CDC guidelines, or thoughtful civic responsibility, restaurants and other retail locations are looking to implement contact tracing for their on-location business.

Requiring customers to log onto your WiFi as a means to capture name, phone number, email address and date and timestamps will help you build a database that can be very important, if and when a customer or staff member reports that they are positive to Covid-19.

Download more information on how VivaSpot can help with Contact Tracing.

Categories: Covid-19

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