Mandatory QR check-ins could soon be scrapped in low-risk venues across New South Wales should COVID cases continue to fall.

Some locations – including shopping centres and cafes – could transition to voluntary sign-ins by Christmas, health advice permitting.

Customer Services Minister Victor Dominello supports the move, but says measures will remain in high-risk zones – like gyms and pubs – into next year.

The state is also expected to reduce the quarantine period for close contacts, only requiring them to isolate
until they return a negative test result.

It will mean New South Wales will adopt the same management model as Victoria.

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