Business Toolkit

Resources to help your business operate safely — including posters and signs.

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QR code posters and NZ COVID Tracer app

All businesses and workplaces legally must display an NZ COVID Tracer QR code for each location.

Get your QR code poster

When you’re ready to display your QR code poster, you can also display posters encouraging people to use the NZ COVID Tracer app:

Posters for businesses and organisations

You might find it useful to display these posters in visible places.

Posters can be printed in any size, in black and white or in colour. You just need to adjust your printer settings.

Contact tracing app — NZ COVID Tracer

Contact tracing — alternative contact tracing system

At Alert Level 2, your workplace legally must also have an alternative system for customers who do not use the NZ COVID Tracer app. Petrol stations, supermarkets and transport stations only need an alternative system to record workers.

There is no requirement at Alert Level 1, but it's still a good idea to have one.

You can use these templates at your workplace:

We recommend you display a privacy statement alongside your alternative system.

Example privacy statement

Physical distancing

Maximum number of people


Be kind

Posters at reception

Business closed



Practise good hygiene posters

Wear a face covering

You can also view this content as a web page.

How to wear a face covering safely

Make your own face covering

You can also view this content as a web page.

How to make a face covering

Wash your hands

Sanitise your hands

Cough or sneeze into your elbow

Stay home

Clean and disinfect

Posters in other languages

We have some posters in other languages. Find the language you want and then go to the ‘Posters and resources’ section. 

Information in other languages 

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