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Bank of Ireland confirms re-opening of local branches closed due to pandemic

Jun 8, 2020 12:06 By Shannonside News
Bank of Ireland confirms re-opening of local branches closed due to pandemic Bank of Ireland confirms re-opening of local branches closed due to pandemic
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Bank of Ireland has announced that the majority of its closed branches will reopen on 29 June. ATMs at these locations, which had withdrawn lodgement

Bank of Ireland has announced that the majority of its closed branches will reopen on 29 June.

ATMs at these locations, which had withdrawn lodgement services since late March, will also accept cash and cheque lodgements from this date.

In line with Phase 3 of the government's roadmap for easing covid-19 restrictions, Bank of Ireland will re-open the majority of its closed
branches from 29 June.

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ATM services will also return to full operations.

In the Northern Sound region, the Arva and Kingscourt branches in Cavan and the Ballybay, Castleblayney and Clones branches in Monaghan will open on weekdays from 10am to 1 pm.

While in the Shannonside region, the Drumshanbo and Mohill branches in Leitrim, the Elphin and Strokestown branches in Roscommon, and the Granard branch in Longford will also re-open weekdays, from 10am to 1 pm.

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Modifications will be made in branches to allow for social distancing and a range of supports have been put in place to prioritise the over 65s, carers and healthcare workers.

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