A few days ago, I received an enquiry from resident about the issue of the Coastal Skyline Clubhouse requiring residents to use Leave Home Safe. Since residents are required to tap the resident card when entering, asking the residents to use Leave Home Safe or record personal information will cause inconvenience.
Therefore, I had followed up with the Coastal Skyline and Caribbean Coast Clubhouse respectively. The Coastal Skyline management office arrange for the Leave Home Safe QR code at the main entrance of the Club house in order to cooperate with the epidemic prevention of the Department of Health after discussing with the owners' committee. Actually, the customer service department has issued clear instructions to the staff of club house. The use of the Leave Home Safe QR code by residents is voluntary. Therefore, residents do not need to use it compulsorily. However, entering the clubhouse must still comply with other epidemic prevention measures, including wearing masks and observing the four-person gathering restriction order to protect themselves and other users.
For the Caribbean Coast clubhouse, the existing system does not record the personal information of residents and the time of entry and exit. Therefore, residents are required to use Leave Home Safe or fill in their personal information. Such personal data will only be kept for 31 days, and personal data that does not need to be retained will be destroyed. The relevant personal information is only available under the request of the Centre for Health Protection. The designated venues listed in the existing laws include clubhouses (sites), so they must be followed. The management office recommends that if residents want to save time, they can take multiple forms at the entrance of the clubhouse or in the lobby of each block to fill in in advance.