Informational Update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Taking Care of Our Customers, Employees and Communities
Bank of Commerce wants to share with you what we are doing to keep you, our employees, and our communities safe regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Bank of Commerce has been closely monitoring and responding to the changing conditions surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) through contact with our regulators and following the CDC and the State of Kansas guidelines.
Bank of Commerce is dedicated to providing uninterrupted service and assistance for your banking needs:
Additionally, our contingency plans are designed to prevent any service disruptions due to coronavirus issues or other possible developments and disruptions.
Bank of Commerce is in close contact with our strategic partners to ensure the services they provide us, which allow us to support you, are maintained without interruption.
Bank of Commerce is committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our employees and customers:
For our employee’s safety, we have put into place Phase I of our Pandemic Plan, which requires all Bank of Commerce cash handlers to wear gloves.
We have also taken additional measures cleaning our workplace and our locations, providing Purell in our lobby as well as regularly disinfecting and sanitizing our public areas.
We are encouraging employees to take extra precautions by enhancing personal hygiene habits, discouraging non-essential travel, and choosing phone and online/internet communications instead of in-person meetings.
For your safety and ours, if conditions warrant, we may close the bank lobby and only use the drive-up windows for banking transactions to protect you and our employees from transmitting the virus.
We are also encouraging our customers to take advantage of our Mobile Deposit App, Internet Banking APP and our ATM’s for social distancing measures during these this national emergency.
Bank of Commerce’s goal is to continue to provide regular banking services during this unsettled time. We will continue to monitor the situation as well as update you on any changing developments as needed. We understand this is a new way of doing business, for all of us. We ask for your patience and understanding and will do whatever we can to help you, our customer and the community get through this disruption.
Additional information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website cdc.gov.