Wells Fargo in Dickinson to reopen following COVID-related closure

Wells Fargo's Dickinson branch was temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. (File photo)

The Wells Fargo bank branch in Dickinson will reopen Fri., Sept. 4, after a temporary closure.

The branch, located at 3071 West Ridge Drive, temporarily closed on Aug. 24 after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, according to Staci Schiller, spokesperson for Wells Fargo.

"The employee’s health is being closely monitored by their doctor, and we wish our colleague a full and speedy recovery and will provide our full support," she said.

Schiller said the branch activated protocols it has in place for situations like this, deep cleaned the building and is following all public health guidance.

"All employees based in the branch who were in prolonged, close contact with the affected individual have been asked not to come into the office in accordance with public health guidance. Those employees will not need to use paid time off," she said.


Customers can check Wells Fargo's branch locator for ATM locations and the status of branches.

Until the branch reopens, patrons can use mobile and online banking tools 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

"In all open branches, we have in place measures to ensure we can serve our customers and keep our branches safe, including utilizing drive ups, offering some services by appointment only, using protective barriers, enacting social distancing measures and performing enhanced cleaning. Our first priority remains keeping our employees and customers safe and well informed, while continuing to meet the needs of our customers," Schiller said.

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Kayla Henson is a former Dickinson Press reporter.
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