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LATEST: CABS closes two branches after staffers test Covid-19 positive

CABS has temporarily closed its Jason Moyo Branch in Bulawayo and another in Karoi after its staffers tested positive for Covid-19.

 

The closure of the two branches paves way for the bank to disinfect the premises.

 

In a statement, CABS managing director Mr Mehluli Mpofu said the Jason Moyo branch will reopen on Monday.

“We regret to advise that two of our staff tested positive for Covid-19 following PCR tests that were done after exhibiting flu-like symptoms. The affected branches are Jason Moyo in Bulawayo and Karoi. Both branches are closed to allow for disinfection of the branches, PCR testing and self-isolation of our staff,” said Mr Mpofu.

 

“The Jason Moyo branch (Bulawayo) will open for service on 28 June 2021 and Karoi branch will open on 2 July 2021.”

 

He said clients in Bulawayo should visit the Fife Street Branch while those in Karoi should visit some of its agents.

The country has recorded a spike in Covid-19 cases and members of the public have been urged to observe prevention measures including social distancing, washing of hands and proper wearing of masks.

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