Some frontline tellers at the $100 million First Capital Federal Credit Union donned latex gloves this week to prevent spread of the flu. The CU is also planning to suggest coughing or sneezing members use the drive-thru.

"Flu germs can be on cash, withdrawal slips, just everything and so particularly at the end of the week with a high number of transactions, we're taking steps to keep our employees and members healthy," explained Linda Thompson, human relations manager at the York, Pa. credit union.

The Pennsylvania CU has posted signs about cleaning hands and put out antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizers at the start of the teller lines.

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