Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, First Community National Bank (FCNB) announced Monday that it was closing its lobbies again in order to protect customers, employees, and the community from the spread of the coronavirus. The move was “effective immediately.”
In an email to customers, President and CEO Scott Perkins said, “Our goal is to restore full and normal services as soon as possible. We will continue to closely monitor this situation and do all we can to protect you, our employees and our communities.”
Access to the lobbies will be closed to the general public and limited to approved appointments for critical banking business. Drive-through services remain open, along with ATM and Night Depository services.
FCNB operates branches in Cuba, Eureka, Rolla, Steelville, and Sullivan. Online banking is available at www.fcnb.com.
“Since 1906, we have been here for our community, through the good times and the tough times, and we are here for you today,” Perkins said. “We are and will remain committed to providing banking as it should be, supporting our community and helping families become stronger, through trust and service.”