The Safe Davao QR (DQR) is an electronic contact tracing and travel pass platform intended to be implemented for the following:
As a pass for entry into and travel inside Davao City to implement the requirement that travel must be for goods and accessing essential services or for work/business only;
As a pass in law enforcement checkpoints and barangay patrols implementing the prohibition on non-essential travel;
As a contact tracing log for entry and exit in all offices and establishments;
Airplane travelers shall register for two codes, their QR code for exit in the Davao International Airport (DIA) and their DQR.
The following are required to register with the DQR app:
The DQR is needed to enter and move within Davao City.
However, all individuals below 21 years old, 60 years old and above will be issued a DQR that will indicate that they are part of the vulnerable sector to forewarn the checkpoints, offices and establishments.
The registration procedure is easy and will take around 10 minutes to complete.
The following requirements should be prepared before going online to access the DQR link:
A clear photo of one (1) valid ID. The following is the list of a valid ID:
A clear photo with the valid ID or birth certificate beside the face
A clear photo, facing the camera and showing the entire face (face masks or coverings are prohibited)
A valid mobile phone number
A valid email address
You will be issued a FREE one-time, permanent and unique DQR upon successful online registration, which will be automatically sent to your valid email address. You also have the option to save your DQR on your phone or have it printed.
All individuals are advised to keep their DQR confidential and are prohibited from publicly posting their DQR to avoid identity theft.
You may correct the following information by logging in to your account:
LIST OF INFORMATION THAT MAY BE EDITED BY THE INDIVIDUAL
However, for the correction of your name, you will be required to call the the SafeDavao QR Help Desk at the following contact numbers:
If you do not have an ID or birth certificate, you may register for a DQR in the nearest police station.
The police personnel can decline to issue a DQR if upon interview it is found that you are inconsistent with the information that you have provided or if you cannot prove that the DQR use is for essential travel.
The following are the equipment that may be used as DQR scanners:
If internet connection is not available, a contactless offline taking of picture of the DQR can or the listing down of the alphanumeric code under the QR code can be done by the business establishment or office.
The business establishment or office will then upload the data once online connection is re- established. This offline solution is not encouraged since the office or establishment cannot immediately check the veracity of the DQR.
Task Force Davao (TFD) checkpoints shall be required to scan the DQR upon entry of all individuals. TFD may create a system to check DQR for people travelling together to avoid long queues in the checkpoints.
Davao City Police Office (DCPO) shall conduct scanning in specified checkpoints within the city.
Barangay officials and personnel in proper uniform shall conduct random scanning of all individuals found on the streets within their area of responsibility.
All private and government offices, event venues, hospitals, hotels, malls, stores, groceries, mini-marts, restaurants, carinderia, palengkes, places of worship, educational institutions and all other offices, establishments and organizations shall prepare their online and offline scan for all individuals entering and exiting their area.
Should you have further questions not available in this FAQs page, you may get in touch with the SafeDavao QR Help Desk at the following numbers: