New Jersey lawmakers call for more protections for postal workers during pandemic

New Jersey lawmakers are calling for more protections for United States postal works after at least 40 of them have tested positive for COVID-19.

One of the people to bring this to the attention of Sen. Cory Booker is the head of a senior living facility in Basking Ridge who says he is worried about his residents contracting the illness.

“I don’t want the mail carriers to come in if they have something, touch everything, touch the mail, touch the mailboxes, touch everything on the mailboxes and potentially spread the disease to our vulnerable residents,” says Fellowship Senior Living CEO and president Brian Lawrence.

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