Registration Form

Help Curb COVID-19!

To help with COVID-19 tracing please take a minute to complete this form. For more details, check our COVID-19 Tracing FAQs listed at the end of the page.

If you are under the age of 13, please let an older person in your group complete the form on their phone. If all the people in your group are younger than 13, please enter below the phone number of one of your parents/guardians.

Covid-19 Tracing FAQs

In line with government guidance, we are supporting official contact tracing initiatives by asking our customers to provide certain details to us. Contact tracing allows people who may have been close to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 to be made aware of that fact so that they can self-isolate. It’s a key part of the ongoing COVID-19 response and can help break infection chains. We will hold your details as a temporary record of your visit so that you can be contacted by public health authorities in the event that someone else who visited our restaurants or bar here in Baltimore on the same date at the same time should reports that they have tested positive for COVID-19 and public health authorities deem it necessary in the circumstances to inform you and members of your group.

All customers who eat or drink in any of our restaurants and bar will be asked to complete or smartphone registration form with details of their first and second name, their contact phone number, and the number of people in their group. The registration form will record the time of your arrival automatically by using the time that you click the submit button on this form, we also capture the date that you visited.

If you do not have a smartphone that can read QR Codes then we will record your information by hand on a written paper sheet before you are seated.

* But see under “I am under 13: should I complete the form?” below.

We will only use the information that you provide for contact tracing purposes. Here’s how contact tracing works.

If a person who has been in our restaurant or bar at the same time as you, later tests positive for COVID-19, then the public health authorities may contact us to ask us to share with them the record of our customers who also attended in this restaurant or bar. We will then supply the contact tracing authorities with the information that you have provided to us today, so that they can notify you and other customers as they deem appropriate.

We will not share your information with anyone else and we will not use it for any other purpose. We will only hold the information for a short period of 1 month after which it will be securely deleted.

It is mandatory to give your name and a contact number to the management of a Restaurant or Bar in the Republic of Ireland. This registration form is the format that we are recording this information as customers visit our restaurant and bar.

We are required by the contact tracing authorities in Ireland to keep a record of the time and date of attendance of all customers at our premises for thirty days from the date of their visit. We will keep a record of your visit and a contact phone number for 30 days from the date of your visit with us. After this period, the information you have supplied will be securely deleted.

If during this period we are asked to share your information with public health authorities, they will keep a copy of it in accordance with their own policies.

We will not share your information, unless we are asked to. Public health authorities may ask us to share this information if another person who has been in the restaurant or bar at the same time as you is later tested positive for COVID-19.

No. If two or more people visit our restaurant or bar together, it is only mandatory to collect the contact details of one member of each group, If you are the person completing the form, please keep a note of who is accompanying you in our restaurant or bar today. We will not ask to see this but if you are contacted by public health authorities, they will ask you to provide this information so that they can contact everyone in your group who was with you.

If you are in a group, please ask someone in your group who is over 13 to complete the registration form on their phone.

If you are on your own or if all of the people in your group are under the age of 13 (strictly restaurant visit only), please enter your / your group leader’s name into the form, but add the phone number of that person’s parent or guardian into the relevant field of the form, not your own number. That is the phone number that we will pass to public health authorities (and which they will call) if the contact tracing process is initiated.

Although it is not likely that you will be close to other people while eating or drinking in our restaurant or bar today, however it is mandatory to give one member of your groups name and contact phone number to the the management of our premises. You are therefor required to complete this smartphone form in line with government guidance as contact tracing is part of wide public health initiative.

No. The form is only for our Eat-In customers not ‘take away’ collection customers.

If public health authorities contact you, this does not mean that you are necessarily infected. If a contact tracer gets in touch with you, they will explain any steps that you need to take to protect yourself and others around you.

Calls from the Contact Tracing Centre will come up as a private number.

Contact tracers will never:

  • ask you to dial a premium rate number to speak to them (for example, those starting 09 or 087)
  • ask you to make any form of payment or purchase a product or any kind
  • ask for any details about your bank account
  • ask for your social media identities or login details, or those of your contacts
  • ask you for any passwords or PINs, or ask you to set up any passwords or PINs over the phone
  • disclose any of your personal or medical information
  • ask about protected characteristics that are irrelevant to the needs of test and trace
  • provide medical advice on the treatment of any potential coronavirus symptoms
  • ask you to download any software to your PC or ask you to hand over control of your PC, smartphone or tablet to anyone else
  • ask you to access any website that does not belong to the government or to public health authorities.

For more information, including about your rights under data protection law, please see our Privacy Statement

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