NHS QR code posters created
Most venues create a single NHS QR code poster for their venue. They may choose to print this multiple times. In the published data, number of posters refers to the number of unique poster codes created, not the number of posters printed. Larger venues may have multiple unique poster codes (for example, for different rooms within the venue).
1,194 posters were created across England and Wales between 11 February and 17 February 2021.
This brings the total number of NHS QR code posters created to 792,997.
Venue check-ins using NHS QR code posters
Local Authority data for venue check-ins is based on the postcode district and/or local authority the user entered into the app on setup, rather than the location of the venue.
After checking into a venue using an NHS QR code poster, app users are given the option to cancel their check-in (for example, if it was a mistake). The check-in values reported here exclude the small number of check-ins that were then cancelled.
There were 416,200 check-ins using NHS QR code posters at venues in England between 11 February and 17 February 2021.
This brings the total number of venue check-ins in England to 102,090,428.
There were 11,705 check-ins using NHS QR code posters at venues in Wales between 11 February and 17 February 2021.
This brings the total number of venue check-ins in Wales to 2,628,017.
If people with coronavirus (COVID-19) have been to a venue, people who also checked into that venue on the same date using the app may get an alert. Read more about venue alerts.
The published data shows the number of venues where people with coronavirus had visited, resulting in the app sending an alert. It does not show the total number of alerts received by app users. There would be many of these for each venue.
The app sent alerts for 5 venues across England and Wales between 11 February and 17 February 2021.
This brings the total number of venues in England and Wales for which alerts have been sent to app users to 272.