GTBank announces gradual return to full services

By Valentine Amanze

The GTBank Plc has re-opened for services following the easing of the lockdown caused by the coronavirus.
In a statement via email, titled, “Our plans to reopen our branches safely,” the bank stated that its services would not be 100 per cent now.
It also disclosed that it would be alternating the opening of its branches every week.
The bank stated: “As we re-open our branches following the easing of the lockdown, we will do so gradually and as safely as we can.
“For now, we will be alternating the opening of our branches every week. This means that we will advise you on a weekly basis of the branches open to serve you.”
Besides, the bamk thanked its customers for their understanding and patience during the period of skeletal banking operations.
“For us, the COVID-19 Pandemic is first and foremost a humanitarian challenge, so our primary focus is to safeguard lives. As we go into the phased easing of lockdown protocols, we need to work with you to make our return to work safe.
“One of the major places we have to work together to keep everyone safe is in our branches, some of which will reopen from May 4, 2020. We have put together some key areas of collaboration which, with your active participation, will enable us to greatly mitigate a potential spread of the Coronavirus.”

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