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Printing a coronavirus QR poster

To support the launch of a new ‘track and trace’ app, the government is asking businesses and other venues that are open to the public to print a poster for display at the entrance to their premises. Find out more about what you need to do.

If you haven't got access to a printer, you should be able to pay for printing at one of the following providers:

 

Meehan Printers

Unit 5, The Huntingdon Industrial Estate, Ebor St, London E1 6JU

020 7729 1281

 

My Print Box

241 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 6AB

020 3222 5464

www.myprintbox.co.uk

 

EZ Printers

Unit C, 1st Floor, 23a Heneage St, Spitalfields, London E1 5LJ

020 8144 0304

www.ezprinters.co.uk

 

E1 Printing

46F Greatorex St, London E1 5NP

020 7375 2346

www.faithprinters.co.uk

 

Smart Print E1

30 - 32 Watney Market, Shadwell, London E1 2PR

020 7791 7518

 

Aldgate Print

155 Minories, Tower, London EC3N 1AD

020 7702 1983

www.aldgateprint.co.uk

 

The Color Company

6 S Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 4PZ

020 7519 6444

www.color.co.uk

 

HRJ Media

97 Burdett Rd, Mile End, London E3 4JN

020 8980 4585

www.hrjmedia.com

 

Print in London

Unit 12, 22 Market Square, Kerbey St, Poplar, London E14 6AB

020 3633 2660

www.printinlondon.co.uk

 

One Click Printer 

43 Wyllen Cl, Bethnal Green, London E1 4HQ

0793 465 0901

www.oneclickprinter.co.uk