Coronavirus: Access Bank shuts branch after visitor test positive
Coronavirus: Access Bank shuts branch after visitor tested positive for infection
- A customer with Access bank has tested positive for the virus -
The bank claimed that the customer was symptoms fee when he came to the branch
- However, the bank urged people who have been to the branch in the last one week to self
-isolate Access bank has reported that one of its customers tested positive for coronavirus and as a result of this closed down the Ligali Ayorinde branch over the issue.
This was revealed in a statement by the bank on Twitter.
According to the bank, the customer who was symptoms free when he came to its premises is currently receiving treatment in Yaba. Going further, the bank also disclosed that the branch has been shut down in other to properly disinfect the premises.
Also, the bank stated that people who had contact with the positive customer have gone on self-isolation. Access bank also urged people who have visited the particular branch in the last one week to self-isolate for the next 14 days.
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