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Changes due to Covid

September 15:

Freisenbruch-Meyer will temporarily close to walk-in clients as of Friday September 17.

The company said: “With the health and safety of our staff, customers and the community as our top priority, we are proactively taking preventive measures to protect the wellbeing of all residents at this time.

“Please be advised, as of Friday September 17, our offices will be temporarily closed to walk-in clients.

“We remain open for business and our entire team is just a call or click away.”

Call 296-3600 or e-mail info@fmgroup.bm

The Argus Customer Service Centre at 14 Wesley Street has reopened to the public today, September 15.

The Office of the Auditor-General, can confirm that they were notified yesterday, September 14, a staff member tested positive for Covid. The physical office will be deep cleaned and closed until further notice.

AG, Heather Thomas said her office had adopted a hybrid work environment – where most staff members work remotely.

The Office is working closely with the Department of Health on this and following all the required protocols.

If you have any questions please reach out to your OAG contact 1-441-296-3148 or OAG@oagbermuda.bm

September 14:

Argus’ Customer Service Centre at 14 Wesley Street will temporarily close to walk-in traffic, from today, September 14.

A spokeswoman said: “The health and safety of our staff, customers and the community is our top priority.

“If you require assistance, while our doors are closed you can contact our Customer Service team by phone on 298-0888 and e-mail at insurance@argus.bm, or visit us online at argus.bm to renew your home, motor or marine policies.”

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