Positive Test, Digicel Retail & BTC Centre Close

December 14, 2020 | 5 Comments

Noting that an “employee in our retail location has tested positive for Covid-19,” Digicel said they have closed both their Digicel Retail Store and BTC Payment Centre “in order for employees to be tested, to deep clean the facilities and to ensure there is no further risk.”

A spokesperson said, “Digicel is in receipt of information that a customer facing employee in our retail location has tested positive for Covid-19.

“Out of an abundance of caution for the employees and customers, Digicel has closed both its Digicel Retail Store and BTC Payment Centre. This action is in order for employees to be tested, to deep clean the facilities and to ensure there is no further risk.

“The health and safety of Digicel & BTC’s employees and customers is paramount. It is advised that all of Bermuda comply with the government’s Covid-19 regulations. If you exhibit any flu-like symptoms, or have been around anyone that was or is currently sick, please do your part and self-isolate until you’re able to get the appropriate testing.

“In light of store closures, customer transactions can be completed via one of the below alternative options:

  • The MyDigicel App
  • Online Banking
  • DigicelBermuda.com
  • BTC.bm
  • Customer Care:
    • Digicel: 500-5000
    • info.bermuda@digicelgroup.com
    • BTC: 295-1001
  • Drop Box Locations [Cheques only]:
    • Hamilton Exchange – Bus Terminal
    • Washington Mall – by G&G
    • Somerset — before BELCO
    • St. Georges — before Police Station

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As the island and world deals with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are doing our best to provide timely and accurate information, and you can find more information on the links below.

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  1. red rose says:

    contact tracing?!

  2. Looking glass says:

    Look. Covid is in the air, everywhere. It went across continents. Its not in magical little bubbles that float around certain areas. Its everywhere. Its part of our ecosystem now. It wont magically go away. We cannot keep shutting down whole businesses over one positive test. Continually shaving away at the economy and future of Bermudians is not going to make Covid disappear, is it? We must learn to adapt.

  3. lion says:

    I take it that most of these last 40 positive cases are from unemployed people. Haven’t heard of anyplace else beside Digicel closing.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      What ? ?
      Have you been keeping up with news reports for the last 3 weeks ?
      If you can make a post on an internet website you ought to be literate enough to peruse local web news sites .
      ‘Unemployed people’ smh

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