CFCCU responds to social media post about 22 staff being in quarantine


Community First Co-operative Credit Union (CFCCU) has responded to a social media post, which states that 22 employees have been placed under mandatory quarantine.


“We have been made aware of an inaccurate social media broadcast that has been circulating about our institution regarding the status of our operations at our Old Parham Road Branch,” the credit union said in a notice to members.


“All branches of our operations are open for business to our membership and stakeholders and members are free to conduct business as usual.


“We continue to maintain our COVID-19 protocols, as advised by the Ministry of Health, when you conduct business at our physical locations,” CFCCU added.

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  1. Lol. The word “Inaccurate” can also imply the numbers are bigger than rumored. Smh…They should have checked the statement before sending it.

  2. Are there 22 employees of CFCCU in mandatory quarantine at this time? That is the question in my opinion that should have been answered by the Bank’s Management.You opened your mouths and said nothing.You people are like the Politicians.

  3. So that customers and other people who have had contact with their employees can be tested or quarantine themselves?

    All this lying and hiding is not going to help curb the spread of this disease.

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