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Mozambique’s Millenium bim announce stricter measures to contain Coronavirus

In an effort to mitigate the dissemination of the newly-discovered strain of corona virus, COVID-19, in Mozambique, Millenium bim has recently adopted new health and safety measures for immediate implementation, in strict accordance with the latest recommendations issued by the authorities.

In a Press Release, Millenium bim said that they will now adjust the number of clients entering their branches at any one time, so as to safely converge with the amount of staff available to attend to them. This measure aims to limit waiting time and avoid unnecessary exposure to its clients and employees.

Additionally, most of their business meetings will now take place, preferentially, in videoconference format, and any travel arrangements involving air travel will be conditioned.

Accordingly, a new hygiene plan has been defined, with a closer attention to surface’s sanitization and disinfection – when it comes to the spaces available for public access – as well as internal procedures to safeguard their members of staff.

Millenium bim states that all their banking services are operational as usual, but urges all clients to only go to their branches in person if strictly necessary. Millenium bim offers alternative channels such as their online platforms and phone banking, asking all clients to prioritise these methods during this sensitive period.

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