Due to the contingency for coronavirus (Covid-19), Citibanamex, BBVA México, Cinépolis and Fibra Danhos decided Close the doors of some of its branches, cinemas and the Toreo Parque Central Shopping Center, respectively. Read Gas and diesel prices in Mexico today Wednesday March 25, 2020
Citibanamex temporarily closed 300 of its 1,465 branches to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the statement reported.
BBVA closed 8% of its total branches. Photo: Reforma
BBVA Mexico closed temporarily 8 percent of its total branches. In a consultation carried out by REFORMA, BBVA indicated that the 50 percent of staff working in its network of 2,177 branches, in the commercial, small and medium-sized and patrimonial areas, they are already isolated in their homes doing telework.
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Thayde Olarte, general director of Consumer Banking of Scotiabank, reported that branch offices remain open. HSBC too It has all its branches open but with less staff.
Cinépolis will close all its halls in the country, more than 4 thousand, as of this Wednesday temporarily and until further notice.
Via communication, he maintained that this measure does not contemplate any adjustment of personnel, but did not detail whether he will pay the salaries of his collaborators while their rooms are closed.
Meanwhile, Fibra Danhos reported that by order of the authorities of the State of Mexico, the Toreo Parque Central Shopping Center will close its doors until April 19.
He pointed out that the office tower, the Hotel Fiesta Americana, as well as the Chedraui, Liverpool stores and banks within the complex, will continue to operate.