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Less disruptive behaviour with Covid pass

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    Posted: December 02 2021 at 12:37am

This is in "discussion" because, as the full article points out, there is not enough information to say if there is a firm link or not...This is also related to the situation in Finland, so might not apply in other cultures.

Quote Disruptive behaviour at restaurants and nightclubs has decreased significantly since the introduction of the Covid pass. 

<......>"Security staff say that there has been very little disruptive behaviour compared to the past. The Covid pass may be a significant reason, since the number of customers has been quite good and alcohol consumption has remained at about the same level,"

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