To reduce exposure, Greek banks encourage customers to choose non manual services as far as possible

The Greek Banking Association decided to take measures to encourage customers to use less bank manual services and more to use bank cards for electronic transactions due to the impact of the new crown epidemic, the European Union News Agency reported on August 6. < / P > < p > first of all, the bank’s manual counter will no longer accept withdrawals below 400 euro, but must operate through automatic teller machine; second, bank manual counter will no longer accept deposits under 1000 euro, but must operate through automatic teller machine; third, bank manual counter will no longer accept deposits less than 1000 euro, but must operate through automatic teller machine The payment for water, electricity, network, energy, pay TV, insurance and other items must be made through online banking, telephone banking, mobile banking or teller machine. Cash payment is no longer accepted at the counter of each bank. < / P > < p > according to a survey by the Greek workers and Consumers Association, most Greeks over the age of 60 prefer to go to bank stores in person rather than use online banking. < / P > < p > in addition, the survey also found that if a bank closes a store, about 20% of the elderly who use the bank will choose to change to another bank so that they can use the manual services nearby.