OpenTable adds a new ‘verified’ tag for restaurants to check vaccine status
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OpenTable adds a new ‘verified’ tag for restaurants to check vaccine status

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OpenTable is adding a new feature that will let restaurants tag diners as “verified” for meeting entry requirements. The initial — and obvious — use of the verification feature will be for restaurants to log guests who are vaccinated for COVID-19, but the feature could also be used to do things like confirm a diner is of legal drinking age or other requirements for entry.

The feature should be rolling out to restaurants later this month, and it aims to help make it easier for restaurant owners to better serve repeat customers, especially with cities like New York City starting to roll out vaccination requirements for restaurants as the delta variant continues to rise.

OpenTable wants to make things easier for repeat diners

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