RICHMOND, Va. — The Capital One Cafe in Carytown is temporarily shutting down as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Capital One, a Virginia-based bank and one of the top credit-card issuers in the country, announced Monday morning it was shutting down cafes nationwide to minimize health risks from the coronavirus.
During these uncertain times, we are committed to both serving our customers and ensuring the health and well-being of our communities. To minimize health risks from the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have made the decision to temporarily close select branch servicing by closing certain select locations and all Capital One Cafés … While we have not had a confirmed case in any of our Cafés or branches, we believe these are the right steps to take to maintain essential banking access while also helping prevent the spread of the virus and supporting the well-being of our customers, associates and communities.Ariel Brown, Capital One spokesperson
While the cafes will remain closed, the bank said a majority of their ATMs will remain open 24/7. or more information on what services are still available and which locations are closed, you can visit Capital One’s website.
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