7 Comments on "There are currently 13 postal workers who are confirmed to be COVID-19 positive"

  1. Are we permitted to know which states these postal workers live in, if not which areas they possibly service?

  2. HOW ABOUT NAMING THE LOCATIONS OF THESE PEOPLE!!!!!!

  3. Kris Peterson | March 20, 2020 at 3:43 pm | Reply

    Every morning my scanner pops up with the USPS is following CDC recommendations, however our office is absolutely filthy. There is dirt all over the floor, dried urine on the floor of the men’s room, dried blood on one of the sinks, dead bugs left on unswept areas.. None of the counters have been wiped, door handles, equipment, sinks, nothing. There are no supplies at our disposal either. Unless we have purchased them ourselves. We employ a janitor but he sits in his office staring at his phone when he is there. It’s ridiculous. The grocery stores are wiping down carts, shelves, counters, why are we not? I was contemplation filing a complaint but I know the post master will retaliate as she has in the past if something is said. 13 cases, I am sure is just the tip of the iceberg….it’s going to be all of us if we don’t practice some housekeeping.

    • Rachel Sandoval | March 22, 2020 at 4:44 pm | Reply

      Our office too. Did you get the one where it said cough and sneeze like Dracula/ Really at a time like this? Are they stupid or what?

  4. Have they been handling the mail? How should we proceed?

  5. STOP AND DESIST!
    SOMEONE NEEDS TO GROUP AND STEP UP AND DO THE RIGHT THINGS IN ORDER NOW TO SUSTAIN LIFE AS WE KNOW IT!! DON’T WAIT FOR SOMEBODY TO GIVE THE ORDER JUST PULL YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR ASS’S AND JUST DO IT!!!!

  6. Chris Rasmussen | March 25, 2020 at 12:24 am | Reply

    From a retired Fed worker, we all would just like to know where these people are from, which States. Thank you

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