Bank of America Closes All But Three Branches Throughout the Space Coast Due to COVID-19
By Space Coast Daily // July 8, 2020
branches still open for business include Merritt Island, Melbourne and Indian Harbour Beach
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – All but three Bank of America locations in Brevard County have been shuttered as more than 50 Bank of America branches across Central Florida have been closed due to COVID-19.
“Like many businesses operating right now, we have been balancing the need to stay open in as many locations as possible with the health and wellbeing of our employees – which at times will cause us to temporarily close a financial center,” said Bank of America spokesperson Matthew Daily in a statement.
“We plan to re-open impacted financial centers in Central Florida and elsewhere as soon as possible, as we feel an immense responsibility to our clients and communities as an essential business.”
Bank of America branches still open for business on the Space Coast include the Merritt Island branch at 15 E. Merritt Island Causeway; the Melbourne branch at 2453 N. Wickham Road; and the Indian Harbour Beach branch, located at 202 E. Eau Gallie Boulevard.
Bank of America also issued the following notice on its website:
This Financial Center has been temporarily closed. Please visit one of our neighboring ATMs or utilize Online and Mobile Banking, all of which are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To make an appointment to access your safe deposit box during regular business hours, email us at:firstname.lastname@example.org and include your full name, address and phone number in the email.
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