The National Insurance Scheme (NIS) has announced that due to CARICOM Day tomorrow, a national holiday, the payment of Old Age Pensions will commence on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at post offices countrywide.
Using its alphabetised system at the Guyana Post Office Corporation, pensioners will be paid as using the first letter of their last names; staring from A – D on Tuesday, July 7; E – J on Wednesday, July 8; K-R on Thursday, July 9, and S-Z on Friday, July 10.
The NIS said it is also reminding pensioners to visit their head office at Brickdam, only if they are uplifting books between 7 am and 3 pm.
The scheme is also reminding the public that their cashiers at the Brickdam office will be open and encashing vouchers during the pension week from 7 am to 2 pm.
“Persons who already have their pension books and are only encashing vouchers are asked to visit the Camp Street office or the NIS office nearest to them between the hours of 8 am -2 pm. Pensioners are also reminded that books can be uplifted at their local offices.”
NIS said it is reminding pensioners to observe all COVID-19 protocols when collecting their payments.
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