Two Tipperary Bank of Ireland branches to close due to coronavirus

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Two of Bank of Ireland’s nine Tipperary branches are to close temporarily because of coronavirus.
The bank is to close 101 outlets across the country from tomorrow.
It’s due to a big reduction in footfall over the past ten days with Templemore and Cahir included in the temporary closures.
However, Bank of Ireland says 161 of its branches – including Clonmel, Nenagh, Thurles, Tipperary, Carrick on Suir, Cashel and Roscrea – will stay open.
Meanwhile, AIB says its branches remain open to customers, except for those located on college campuses.