CABS SHUTS DOWN BYO, KAROI BRANCHES OVER COVID-19+ EMPLOYEES
CABS has temporarily shut down its Bulawayo and Karoi branches after two of its staff members tested positive for COVID-19.
CABS shut down its branches when Zimbabwe has recorded a spike in new COVID-19 infections in the Karoi District.
Karoi is among several districts in Mashonaland West province that have been declared COVID-19 hotspots by the Health ministry and is under localised lockdown.
Below is the statement from CABS:
Dear Valued Customer
We regret to advise that two of our staff tested positive for CovId-19 following PCR tests that were done after exhibiting flu-like symptoms.
The affected branches are Jason Moyo in Bulawayo and Karoi. Both branches are closed to allow for disinfection of the branches. PCR testing and self-isolation of our staff. The Jason Moyo branch (Bulawayo) will open for service on 28 June 2021 and Karoi branch will open on 2 July 2021. Banking services will be available at the following areas:
|Nowest Petroleum||Stand 118 Karoi|
|Chris Kasiga||Northern Tobacco Auction Floor, Karoi|
|Foya Cut||Stand 370 Karoi|
|Lampstand||Stand number 9 Magunje|
|Chris Kasiga 1||838 Chikangwe, Karoi|
|Clear vision hardware||6241 West View Karoi|
The health and safety of our customers and staff is important to us. therefore we urge you to make use of digital channels; Internet and mobile banking platforms (*227#/mobile app).
We would like to remind you to observe social distancing each time you visit the branch and to adhere to the precautionary measures that have been put in place for your safety.
Thank you for your continued support.
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