Check the list of branches opened this Saturday on the Caixa website.
In an online interview yesterday (22), the vice-president of Government, Tatiana Thomé, stated that there is no need to “get up early in the queue” before the bank opens. According to her, Caixa developed service logistics to avoid crowding during the new coronavirus pandemic.
“There is no need to arrive before the opening hours of the branches. Everyone will be served. It is not necessary to arrive early because we have made a timetable so that there are no queues and agglomerations at the branches,” said Tatiana.
The government continues to gradually release the payment of the second installment of the aid, considering the month of birth of the beneficiary. Anyone who fails to go to the bank on the day corresponding to the birthday month, may go some day later. In the case of the Bolsa Família payment, however, the calendar is divided according to the usual payment dates for those who are part of the program.
Last Saturday (16), Caixa credited R $ 246 million to 405,163 people still in the first installment. Between the 19th and the 29th of this month, Caixa credits the first installment to another 8.3 million beneficiaries. R $ 5.3 billion will be made available in the accounts indicated at the time of registration.