Coronavirus: Your safety in our banking halls assured – CBG to customers

The management of the Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) has assured all customers of the bank that their safety in various banking halls across the country is guaranteed in respect of the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country.

A message from the management to the customers on Friday, March 13 said: “Dear Valued Customer, With the breaking news of COVID-19 in Ghana, CBG assures you that we are putting in place measures to ensure your health and safety in all our branches/ATMS and your comfort in doing business with us.CBG…We Stand With You.”

Ghana has recorded her first two cases of coronavirus. The cases were confirmed on Thursday, 12 March 2020.

They were brought in by two people who had returned to Ghana from Norway and Turkey. The cases were confirmed by the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research.

Health Minister, Dr. Kweku Agyemang-Manu, who broke the news at an emergency press conference on Thursday night, said the two patients have been quarantined and are stable.

Meanwhile, some customers of banks have appealed to their bankers to make available hand sanitizers in their banking halls in order to protect their customers from the outbreak of the coronavirus infection.

Adu Yaw, who told Friday, March 13 that he is a customer of the Stanbic Bank said it is necessary for the banks to provide the sanitizers because some customers might forget to carry theirs along with them.

This he said: “Will help in dealing with the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country.”


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