Scotiabank reopens Princes Town branch
Image via iStock.
The Scotiabank Princes Town location has reopened following its temporary closure a week ago after confirmation that an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The bank assured that stringent deep cleaning and sanitisation was carried out at the branch prior to reopening.
It said these measures, along with other protocols as advised by the Ministry of Health continue to be in place as it works to safeguard the health and wellbeing of employees and customers.
Social distancing guidelines are still in effect at all branches. There is a limit to the number of people that will be allowed into any location or conduct business at any given time.
Contactless temperature screening is being done on all clients upon entry at all locations. All visitors/customers are required to wear face masks when visiting Scotiabank branches. These may be temporarily removed for transactions requiring when ID confirmation.
Transparent panels have been installed at the counter spaces to help provide a safe barrier for customers while conducting transactions. These barriers are also within the employee spaces.
All branches undergo deep cleaning every business day, including sanitising of all surfaces: door handles, ATM keypads and screens, pin pads, chair handles, desks, reception areas, teller wickets and washrooms. Hand sanitiser is available in-branch for use by both employees and customers.
Clients are encouraged to make use of its digital banking services Scotia OnLine Banking or the Scotia Caribbean app to pay bills, transfer funds plus more. Customers get real time emails and messages about all the activity on their accounts with Scotiabank Alerts.