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Two Bangor Savings Bank locations in the Lewiston-Auburn area will be temporarily closed after a possible coronavirus exposure there.

The closures affect the bank’s branches at 882 Lisbon St. in Lewiston and 170 Turner St. in Auburn, according to a Wednesday statement from Bangor Savings Bank.

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Bank employees are undergoing testing and both branches are being deep cleaned while Bangor Savings awaits more information.

“We will reopen these branches just as soon as we feel it is safe to do so … The health and safety of our employees, customers, and communities are our top priority,” the bank said in a statement.

Customers can visit Bangor Savings Bank’s Brunswick branch at 45 Maine St. or call its service center at 1-877-BANGOR1.

Bangor Savings Bank began a phased reopening of its branches to the public on June 22. The Auburn and Lewiston locations were among those whose lobbies are open by appointment only through July 6, according to the bank’s website.

Androscoggin County is among the counties hardest hit by the coronavirus, with nearly 500 confirmed cases and four deaths. It is one of four counties — the others are Cumberland, Penobscot and York — where “community transmission” has been confirmed.