by S BIRRUNTHA/ pic by BERNAMA
BANK Muamalat Malaysia Bhd has resumed its operations at its headquarters and its branch in Jalan Melaka, Kuala Lumpur, following the government’s decision to lift the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) imposed in the Masjid India area, effective May 3.
In a statement yesterday, the bank said its staff involved in providing essential services at the headquarters and the Jalan Melaka branch will return to work at their respective premises.
The rest of the staff employed at the two locations will continue to work from home in line with measures to counter the spread of the Covid-19.
The Jalan Melaka branch is open from 10am to 2pm (Monday to Friday) while the self-service terminals at the branch is open from 6am to midnight daily.
Although the Jalan Melaka branch has resumed operations, Bank Muamalat encourages its customers to use its online banking services as the nationwide Conditional MCO is still in place.
The bank also said it continues to take measures to safeguard the health and safety of its customers and workforce, and would like to assure its customers that its business continues to operate as usual, with minimal disruptions.
The EMCO was imposed in Masjid India and its surrounding area since April 14.