Credit unions across the southeast have continued to remain vigilant and proactive as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has spread. Credit unions take pride in caring for their members. With that in mind, CUs across the southeast have begun to think through careful plans to return to normalcy as the pandemic subsides.
Heritage South Credit Union. Heritage South Credit Union plans to continue to operate with lobbies closed for a bit longer. The credit union is using an abundance of caution and will begin reopening lobbies only after examining whether cases decrease following the state’s reopening.
Community Credit Union of Florida: The credit union will be taking into consideration national, state and local government and health organizations guidelines as well as percentage of pandemic positive test results before reopening.
Altahama Federal Credit Union: The credit union re-opened all branches June 1.
Excel Federal Credit Union. Excel Credit Union has decided not to fully re-open until the CDC gives the all-clear — probably mid-May at the earliest. Most traffic will continue to flow through drive-thrus.
Delta Community Credit Union. The credit union will maintain the drive-thru and appointment-only format in branches until at least the week of May 18.