Co-operative Bank of Kenya has announced that it will change the working hours to adjust to the Government directives on COVID-19 that have hit the country.
Following the covid19 pandemic, the Co-op bank announced that it has adjusted the business hours from 9.am to 3 p.m. during the weekdays that is from Monday to Friday.
During the weekend (only on Saturdays), Co-op bank halls will be opened from 9.am to 12.00 pm. However, the Co-op bank halls will not be operational on Sundays and during holidays.
The new announcements are seen to be in line with the Government directives and especially the 7 pm to 5 a.m. curfew. The Government had also encouraged the use of cashless transactions as a way of combating the spread of COVID-19 which could be easily spread through banknotes and coins.
However, all the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 should not bar you from running your transactions smoothly. With Mco-op cash, you can do your transactions digitally without having to move out of the house.
President Uhuru Kenyatta announced the curfew on Wednesday, the first one in the country since the 1982 attempted coup.
Only those providing essential services such as medical professionals, health and security workers, are exempted.
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