Banks adjust hours of face-to-face services; with a new curfew they will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays


The ABA recommends that financial users use the digital platforms that the different banking entities keep active to offer services to their clients, thus reducing the presence of people in the branches.   SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic.-  To comply with the new provisions established by the Government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, in addition to protecting the health of their collaborators and clients, the multiple banks operating in the country made adjustments to their hours of face-to-face services in offices, branches, and drive-throughs. The information was given by the Association of Commercial Banks of the Dominican Republic (ABA), who reported that, from Monday to Friday, the closing hours of all banking entities will be until 4:00 in the afternoon and that the first two Saturdays and Sundays in January […]

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