The Boyle branch of Bank of Ireland is among a number of branches of the Bank nationwide, that was forced to close on Tuesday as a result of self isolation related to Covid.
In a statement the company said “Due to an increase in self-isolation associated with COVID-19, there will be some changes to Bank of Ireland branch services on Tuesday 4th January. A number of branches will be closed, while there will be changes to opening hours in other locations. We would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience this may cause”.
“ATM withdrawal services will remain available to customers. We are working to re-open branches on Wednesday 5th January. All other Bank of Ireland branches and services are operating normally”.
The branches affected are:
Ashbourne (2pm close)
Changes to opening hours
The following branches will be closed between 12.30pm and 1.30pm on Tuesday 4 January 2022, (these branches are ordinarily open during these hours):
Carrrick on Shannon