UBA scores high marks on handling of crowd at its branches in battle against COVID-19
Multiple checks by societynow.ng revealed that the Banks are getting better at ensuring customers obey keep-safe rules in the fight against Covid-19. This development comes on the heels of spectacular fails by some of the financial institutions on the first and second days of relaxed restrictions on movement, especially in Lagos. The Federal Government relaxed restricted movements in Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun State -the flashpoints – in the fight against Covid 19 and ordered expanded numbers of business, including Banks to re-open for full-fledged operation on Monday, May 4, 2020. The manner customers “locked down” for about five weeks stormed the Banks overwhelmed many of their Security men – and all structures put in place to enforce safety rules in the fight against Covid-19 collapsed – particularly in high-density areas. But the situation is getting better and setting the pace is United Bank for Africa (UBA). A random sampling of opinions and visits to a cross-section of banks during business hours by societynow.ng revealed that UBA has the highest numbers of branches enforcing Covid-19 keep safe rules, particularly physical distancing – widely substituted for social distancing – and use of Sanitizers
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