The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities has issues guidance clarifying Governor Wolf’s order that “non-life-sustaining businesses” close their physical locations. The Department stated that: “banks, credit unions, and non-depository licensees are NOT required to shutdown their physical locations. Credit intermediation and related activities also do not require physical closure. Banks, credit unions, and non-depository licensees are encouraged to remain open and operational and to follow best practices for social distancing.”
The department’s guidance is located here.