National coin shortage announcement

The Federal Reserve has announced there is a coin shortage in the U.S due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

"The COVIDÔÇÉ19 pandemic has significantly disrupted the supply chain and normal circulation patterns for U.S. coin. In the past few months, coin deposits from depository institutions to the Federal Reserve have declined significantly and the U.S. Mint’s production of coin also decreased due to measures put in place to protect its employees. Federal Reserve coin orders from depository institutions have begun to increase as regions reopen, resulting in the Federal Reserve’s coin inventory being reduced to below normal levels. While the U.S. Mint is the issuing authority for coin, the Federal Reserve manages coin inventory and its distribution to depository institutions (including commercial banks, community banks, credit unions and thrifts) through Reserve Bank cash operations and offsite locations across the country operated by Federal Reserve vendors." -

As a result, our branches might be unable to fulfill your coin needs during this time. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions you might have!
Thank you for your patience.
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