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App to keep track of post-COVID pub punters

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App to keep track of post-COVID pub punters

App to keep track of post-COVID pub punters

Many pubs across the UK will be able to re-open from July 4, and app developers in Sweden think they have a solution to help pubs manage the number of people on their premises.

Joe Davies reports.

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