FNB Namibia has as a precaution measure closed down its Klein Windhoek branch after one of their staff was traced to have had contact with an active Covid-19 case.
The bank posted on its twitter that they had closed and that they will re-open with a roaming FNB team on Monday 13 July 2020 for any customer business that cannot be managed digitally on all available electronic platforms including online banking, cellphone banking, FNB App and ATMs and Point of Sale devices at retailers countrywide.
Accounting to post, FNB said the health ministry had traced one of their staff members and requested that the staff should self-isolate.
“As a precautionary measure, all staff members of FNB’s Klein Windhoek branch have been asked to self-isolate, the staff member who has been in contact with a known case will receive testing. All contact tracing will be managed via the MOHSS should this staff member test positive,” the bank said.