Help Us Keep the Cook Islands Safe
The CookSafe project is part of the national effort to protect the Cook Islands from Covid-19. We need people to keep track of their movements in public places like shops, cafes and restaurants. Taking part is completely voluntary. It's something you can do to help the national effort to keep Cook Islands Covid-19 free.
What is CookSafe?
CookSafe is part of the national effort to protect the Cook Islands from COVID-19. The goal of the programme is to be able to quickly contact people who may have been in the proximity of someone who later shows symptoms.
Scan In. Stop the Spread.
When you sign up for CookSafe you will be issued with a QR card that you can use to scan at participating locations. You simply carry the card and present it for scanning at shops, cafes, venues etc. That's it!
LOOK OUT FOR THE COOKSAFE POSTERS
Look out for CookSafe posters at participating venues and scan in. Although this programme is voluntary, the more people that participate, the safer it keeps our little paradise. Local businesses can sign up to be a CookSafe premises.
The CookSafe pilot is a joint initiative between Te Marae Ora (Cook Islands Ministry of Health) and the Private Sector Taskforce. People wishing to opt in and pick up a CookSafe card can register at the Tourism Office in Avarua beside the ANZ bank and at the Chamber Office below the BTIB building opposite the Punanga Nui market.
For more information call 0800 1800 or email [email protected]