Cove FCU will be re-opening its lobby on June 22, 2020. We have taken a number of precautions to protect our members and employees. Those precautions include:
- All staff members in the lobby are required to wear facemasks
- Sneeze guards have been installed at the teller stations and member service desks
- All staff members will have their temperature taken each day prior to the lobby opening
- Our office will be cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis
- All members are STRONGLY encouraged to continue to conduct transactions through our drive-up window, online banking and over the phone
- All members will be STRONGLY encouraged to maintain require social distancing as marked on our lobby floor from other members and staff
- All members are STRONGLY encouraged to wear facemasks when entering the building
- If you have been ill or around someone who has been ill, please do not enter the Credit Union for a minimum of 14 days after your symptoms have been resolved
- We will have hand sanitizer available for all members entering the Credit Union
Some of our services will have some restrictions:
- Our coin machine will not be available for use until further notice
- Our public restroom will not be open
- If you wish to open a new account or apply for a loan, please call and schedule an appointment; also remember that applications for new accounts and loans can be made through our website or over the phone
We do want to thank you for being patient with us and our operational processes over the past few months. We feel we have been able to accommodate nearly all of our members in handling their transactions requests.
Chief Executive Officer
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