Some of our Tamil-speaking friends may have seen a SafeEntry poster that contained gibberish.
Thank you for alerting us and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. The original text was altered due to a font formatting issue during uploading.
Please refer to the correct version of the Tamil poster here. If you had downloaded the old poster from the SafeEntry website between 8 May and 10 May, please replace it with the updated poster.
We have created this poster for you to conveniently display at your entrance and exit zones.
It is recommended that you insert your SafeEntry QR code in the empty white box before you print the poster.
For a higher resolution set of posters, you can download it here.
Best Practices to display QR codes
- QR codes should be displayed clearly at entrances and exits.
- QR code should be generated with a white border around it, without cropping.
- QR code should not be printed on reflective surfaces. i.e. matte finish, board mounted so it does not bend.
- If customers are unable to scan the QR code, businesses should set up dedicated tablets/devices to assist the individual.