HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Banks across the state are modifying hours or closing branches in response to widening restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Bank of Hawaii is temporarily closing branches across the state and in the Pacific region.
Closures begin Thursday on Oahu, Maui County, Hawaii Island and Kauai.
Some branches in Guam, Palau and Saipan close Friday.
The 29 branches that will remain open will add dedicated hours for kupuna from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily.
- First Hawaiian Bank is consolidating to keep 33 of its branches open in Hawaii, Guam and Saipan.
Additionally, the bank is reserving the first hours of business daily for kupuna and vulnerable customers.
- Central Pacific Bank will temporarily close 13 branches and keep 22 open.
The closures began Tuesday with closures in Kahala Times, Kaheka Don Quijote, Pearl City Don Quijote, and Royal Kunia Times. On Oahu, the following branches will also close: Beretania, Hawaii Kai, Manoa, Mapunapuna, Waikiki, Ward
- American Savings Bank also announced closures to some of its branches across the state starting Saturday.
Hours at the open branches, however, have been modified. Those branches will include a special hour for kupuna — and their caregiver or family member — from Monday through Friday.