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EventResist began offering a “store-based monitoring service for the new corona in Tokyo”

EventResist, a provider of an event ticketing platform, was selected as a new corona tech partner company of the Tokyo metropolitan government on June 26. In order to deter the spread of the new coronavirus infection, EventRegist’s functions were used to provide Providing a “store-based monitoring service for the new corona in Tokyo”.

The “new corona tech partner companies” are those who are involved in the monitoring of COVID-19 at private stores in Tokyo. Private sector to promptly notify users of infection information based on their visit history in the event of a cluster of Companies providing technical assistance to establish a new Tokyo-based corona monitoring service for businesses. Tokyo’s new Corona Tech partners are EventRegist(EventRegist Ltd.), au PAY (KDDI Corporation), PayPay (SoftBank Corporation), favy (favy Inc.), Pathmarket (Yahoo! Inc. and Ikkyu Inc.) .A number of companies have been selected for the service.

The five companies, such as favy (favy Inc.), Pathmarket (Yahoo! Inc. and Ikkyu Inc.) A number of companies have been selected for the service.

EventRegist’s new in-store coronavirus watchdog service for Tokyo is designed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus by promptly notifying users of any clusters of coronavirus infection at business events, seminar venues, theaters, live music venues, etc., based on their visit histories.
Through this initiative, EventRegist will propose a “new event style” to support event organizers in their efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government will not receive any personal information about event participants, including whether they use the service or are notified of infection information.

EventRegist’s “store-based monitoring service for the new corona virus in Tokyo” can be used by Basic+ and Premium users; various Premium package plans This service is also available.

EventResist is now accepting inquiries from organizers, venues, and stores that wish to hold events using this service.

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