Coronavirus – Latest update 10th August
The health and well-being of our members and staff remains of paramount importance to us. It is positive to see that the efforts of the country over the past few months have slowed the spread of coronavirus and that the government have accelerated our progression through the stages.
We would still like to remind members that most Credit Union services are available online through our CUOnline+ service and through our Member Services Centre.
- Face Masks: In accordance with recent governmental guidelines, face masks are now compulsory when visiting our branches
- Social Distancing: We will continue to operate social distancing of 2 metres until governmental guidelines deem otherwise.
- Bagged Coin Lodgement: We are now accepting bagged coin lodgements again.
- Junior Members: While we love to see our junior members using the credit union, we would ask that parents/guardians only bring children where necessary in order to protect our older/more vulnerable members.
- Designated Opening Hours: We will designate 9:30am-10:30am on Thursdays & Fridays (from Thurs 26th March) to serve our at-risk members (those with underlying health conditions and those over 65). We would ask that all other members respect this time and transact outside of these 2 hours.
- Cash Withdrawals: We understand that we are dealing with unprecedented events and that people are understandably nervous, but we would ask our members not to hold excessive cash amounts at their home. We have 8 branches and our focus is to continue to provide a full service to all our members, including ongoing cash withdrawals.
Other options available to you:
Register online here.
*Please note it can take up to 5 working days for your PIN to arrive
Advice for Members : covid_19-poster_members
COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus.
Symptoms of Coronavirus
It can take up to 14 days for symptoms of coronavirus to appear.
The symptoms of coronavirus are:
- a cough
- shortness of breath
- breathing difficulties
- fever (high temperature)
If you have recently travelled from an affected area or want further information about coronavirus, visit the HSE’s coronavirus page.