The First Capital Bank has announced the reopening of its Masasa branch after it has temporary closed due to Covid 19 effects In a message sent to its customers, the bank said it has reopened its branch after the implementation of Covid 29 precautionary measures.
“Dear Customer. We advise of the re-opening of Msasa Branch after the implementation of COVID-19 precautionary processes. Remember to keep safe.”
As Covid 19 continue to surge in the country, many businesses have temporary closed with government directed all business to reduce working hours so as to curb the spread of Covid 19.
As of Thursday, July 8 fifty-six people succumbed to Covid-19, a new record of daily fatalities this year as the country recorded 2,156 new cases in the last 24-hour reporting cycle.
The country has so far recorded a total number of 62 383 cases and 2 029 deaths. The national recovery rate has further declined to 69 percent as active cases go up to 17 499