New USPS coronavirus website launches

The Postal Service has introduced a website to provide customers and employees with the latest information on the organization’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The site, available at about.usps.com/newsroom/covid-19, explains how USPS — an essential public service during the crisis — is continuing operations while striving to protect employees and customers.

Customers working from home, small-business owners and commercial mailers will find information on a variety of postal products and services, including instructions on using Informed Delivery and having mail held at a local Post Office.

Employees will find several resources, including links to the COVID-19 LiteBlue page and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, which offers a list of symptoms, recommendations, updates and more.

Also included are videos on new safety procedures for vehicles, mail carriers and Post Offices, as well as “Thank You for the Thank-You’s,” a series of 30-second videos that showcase messages from customers who are grateful for the organization’s service.

Links to several government resources, including coronavirus.gov, the federal government’s primary website on the pandemic, are also included.

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