Coronavirus spikes cause credit unions to limit access

As COVID-19 numbers spike, take a small dip but spike again, credit union leaders are watching closely.

Certain areas with in the LSCU three state footprint are being described as “hotspots.” With that, some credit unions are taking proactive measures and closing branches in an effort to protect credit union staff and members.

If you’re branches are closing, please let LSCU know by emailing We’ll help keep a list of safety efforts.

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