JPMorgan Chase is the first of the megabanks to yield to the coronavirus. The company will temporarily close about 20% of its Chase branches starting Thursday, said a Wednesday memo to employees reported by CNBC. The closures, which are meant to protect staff and curb the spread of COVID-19, will result in roughly 1,000 Chase branches shuttering nationwide.
At time of writing, JPMorgan has not released a list of impacted locations. But a spokesperson for the bank confirmed to Fast Company that Chase’s online branch locator was updated with the recent changes, and if affected, branches will show an advisory in their search results.
You can use the locator to check if your branch is closing—just enter your zip code and fire away. If your branch was marked for closure, you’ll see an impending date, like this:
If your branch is already closed, you’ll see this:
If your branch is displaying business hours as usual, you’re safe! But do pay attention to those hours: JPMorgan said it plans to reduce hours of operation for branches that remain open.