Through a statement issued on Thursday afternoon, the Central Bank (BCRA) provides that «it is enabled to operate for service collection companies». Thus, from next Monday 20, companies such as Rapipago, Pago Fácil and others will be able to re-operate, complying with rules that guarantee the health safety of their customers and employees according to a protocol defined by the Ministry of Health of the Nation.
«The companies collecting services may operate from next Monday 20, complying with the rules that guarantee the health safety of their employees and customers according to a protocol defined by the Ministry of Health of the Ministry of the Ministry, following a situation that took the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic», notes the provision of the BCRA.
Because of the validity of the quarantine, the collection companies saw their collection drop drastically. It is that there is a broad spectrum of the population that is managed exclusively in cash, particularly in the informal economy, which usually pays utility bills through these companies. For these reasons, the decision to enable its reopening was made by the Board of Directors of the entity led by Miguel Pesce.
In addition, the statement states that «companies must restrict the presence of people within the premises and have staff to organize the customer queue abroad».
Finally, the Central Bank recalled that «the operation of the banks will continue next week under the pre-shift system to access the branches. Customers must earn a shift through the means made available by the entity.» In this note: