Some Central Coast Chase bank locations are closed while shelter-in-place orders are still in effect.
A spokesperson says the company has temporarily closed a number of locations nationwide but adds that locations with drive-up windows or glass partition teller windows remain open.
A list of open and closed locations can be viewed on Chase's mobile app. Closures include locations in Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, and San Luis Obispo where Chase says a location on Chorro Street was closed this week "out of an abundance of caution" for deep cleaning and the installation of plexi shields at the transaction line.
Chase says when that branch re-opens Thursday morning, all in-person transactions will take place behind the shields.
Additionally, Chase says ATMs at all locations are still operational.
Some KSBY viewers reported that to not be the case on Wednesday, but a Chase spokesperson says records do not indicate any ATMs in the area being fully out of order.