People’s Trust Company’s logo appears, with “the bank with a heart” and “Member FDIC” written underneath. A title slide that reads “tribute to our essential staff” fades in and fades out. A close up image of Lysol wipes, hand sanitizer, and a forehead thermometer appears briefly, then another title slide that reads “who braved the pandemic working the front lines daily to serve the community.” Title fades out. Image of a red sign on a door with a white heart on it and inside the heart is written “Come In! Wear your mask :).” A picture of a white and purple forehead thermometer fades in with a temperature read of 97.7 degrees on it. Another sign on a door fades in with a sign that says “Limited capacity permitted, in accordance with state guidelines: 12 maximum capacity.” Several pictures of women wearing brightly colored masks fade in and out, those who are working at the bank. Several shots follow of the bankers receiving banking carriers, doing the transaction with gloved hands, disinfecting the carriers, and sending them back. A shot of a box of gloves and washcloths for cleaning the carriers appear. More shots of the bank tellers working with their mask on fade in and out. A shot of a bucket, bleach, and lysol wipes appear before another shot of a banker placing a carrier back into the delivery system. A shot of a woman working at her computer with a mask. A medium shot of three women standing next to each other making hand hearts towards the camera. A close up of a sign that reads “We love you! Stay Safe! Wear a Mask!” with a heart in the lower right hand corner appears. More pictures of bankers follow, along with another door sign that says “No congregating, only one person at a time.” A close up shot of a young man in a mask appears before a picture of two people holding a stuffed gingerbread figurine with a mask on it. Another picture of the figurine now sitting in the window next to the sign with the heart that reads “Come in!! Wear your mask :).” A picture of a post-it in the window appears that reads “send coins please :)” fades in. A close up of a middle aged woman in a mask appears and a picture of bleach, hand sanitizer, and a forehead thermometer follows. Another image of a woman working in a mask appears and then another image of a limited capacity sign in the window. A screenshot of a video where a man sits in the center in a conference room fades in, with a play button down at the bottom and his name written, reading “Thomas Ghallager.” More images of head shots of bank tellers working and wearing masks. A sign in a window that says “Please wear a face mask to help stop the spread, stay six feet apart, maintain social distancing, and continue to use the drive through if you have and COVID related symptoms. A head shot of a worker in a PTC mask and hat fades in before an image of a woman with a mask holding two hearts that read “Miss you!” 4 more headshots of workers in masks appear along with another limited capacity sign. A title slide fades in that reads “to all the PTC staff.” A picture of a woman working in a mask with a headset on fades in and out. Then a title slide that reads “during uncertainty.” fades in and out as a close up of a woman's eyes, glasses and mask fades in and out. Then a title slide fades in that says” provided certainty.” A headshot of an older woman with a mask on fades in and out. Then a title slide that reads “Thank You” in bold letters appears. End.
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