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November 25, 2020
 

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As covid-19 concerns rise in Hardin County

Liberty and Quest close lobbies, drive-thrus remain open

The rise in covid-19 cases in Hardin County resulted in two Ada banks closing their lobbies and Beatutudes shortening its hours. Here’s updates from those bank’s Facebooks:

Quest Federal Credit Union - Effective Monday, Nov. 16, all Quest Federal Credit Union branch lobbies will be closed, out of an abundance of caution and for the safety of our members and staff. All services will remain available via drive thru, online channels, or by phone.

Quest’s executive management team with support of our board of directors, made the tough decision to close our lobbies. The health and safety of our member/ owners and staff was at the forefront of our decision making process and Quest is simply doing our part to help slow the upward spike in cases this fall.

Liberty National Bank ­­– is deeply committed to protecting our customers, employees and communities we serve. Based on the current climate and surge in COVID-19 cases, we have decided to temporarily suspend lobby access beginning Monday, Nov. 16.

Our drive-thrus will remain open and ready to serve you. Many of your banking needs can be met by using our drive-thru, online/mobile banking platforms and ATMs. For those that require other services, these can be arranged by appointment with one of our offices.

U.S. Bank – As of today, (Monday, Nov. 16) the bank’s Ada branch lobby remains open.

Beatitutes – The board announced new hours, to keep its staff safe. New hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – noon to 5 p.m. - 5.  No one may enter without their mask correctly in place. No food or beverage allowed to be brought in and eaten.