BOV

Bank of Valletta has notified the public that its Zejtun Branch will be temporarily closed as from Monday 8th February, until further notice, since a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

The Health Authority will contact those individuals who might have been exposed to the contagion as part of their contact tracing protocol. 

Prior to visiting a BOV Branch, customers are encouraged to check whether their branch has been impacted, click here.

BOV said it regrets any inconvenience caused to its customers.

Staying Safe

Once again, customers are encouraged to limit the risk of contagion by using the Bank’s wide network of ATMs, BOV Internet Banking, BOV Mobile Banking, BOV Pay and BOV Debit and Credit Cards for their banking and payment needs. Customers requiring non-cash related services such as home loans, personal loans, investments, account opening and applications for new internet banking services are kindly asked to set an appointment with their preferred branch by sending an online request on https://www.bov.com/Assistants/set-an-appointment, an email to [email protected] or calling on 2131 2020.

Bank of Valletta said it will continue to take all the necessary measures in the best interest and safety of its customers and staff and reminds customers visiting Bank’s premises to follow the necessary precautions such as safe social distancing, proper wearing of masks and sanitising.

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