Taytay is connected! Mayor Joric Gacula says Taytay’s QR code can also be used in four other cities
Each local government unit has been coming up with its own contact tracing application amid the pandemic, and Taytay is no different.
But the QR code from Taytay’s application would soon be recognized in four other cities.
In a Facebook post, Mayor Joric Gacula said he has signed a consortium agreement to allow the use of the QR code from Taytay in Antipolo, Pasig, Mandaluyong, and Valenzuela.
It won’t be long before Taytay’s contract tracing application would be compatible with these cities, he said.
It’s important to be connected!
“Tuwing papasok ako sa municipio ay gamit ko na ang Taytay trail contact tracing application . Kahapon ko din pinirmahan ang Consortium Agreement para magamit ang QR Code natin sa City of Antipolo, Pasig Mandaluyong at Valenzuela. Sa. Lalong madaling panahon ay compatible na ang app natin sa Mga ciudad na na banggit ko.
#BestTaytay,” Gacula posted.
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