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covid-19 and your bank

While we’re in unprecedented times, our customers can rest assured that their money will remain safe and accessible even in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak in this country.

Since 2007, when the H5N1 virus – or avian flu – spread throughout the globe, federal banking regulators have directed financial institutions to include pandemic planning as part of their overall business continuity plans. Specifically, our plan provides for a preventive program, a documented strategy scaled to the stages of a pandemic outbreak, a comprehensive framework to ensure the continuance of critical operations, a testing program, and an oversight program to ensure the plan is reviewed and updated.

The First National Bank in Bronte will limit lobby traffic. Doors to lobby areas will be closed to the public during business hours. Staff will be at the bank and can be contacted by calling 325-473-2911 during normal banking hours to address individual needs. Access to the lobby will be by appointment only. The Drive-Thru will be fully staffed and ready to take deposits and cash checks as usual. All services will remain available to our customers.

Due to lack of drive thru services, both branches in Sterling City and Garden City will be open but are exercising maximum social distancing for the wellbeing of employees, as well as our customers.

Although coronavirus cases in our area are so far limited, we continue to monitor information from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and are reinforcing best health practices in offices and branches.