12 March 2020
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APWU Meets with USPS on the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The coronavirus, officially named COVID-19, originating in China, has now spread to over 65 countries including the United States. The APWU is continuing to monitor the situation and is in constant contact with the USPS about COVID-19. The Postal Service informed the APWU on Feb. 29, 2020, that an employee tested positive for the virus.

Last week, the APWU initiated a meeting with USPS leadership to discuss their response to the virus. On March 2, APWU President Mark Dimondstein, Industrial Relations Director Vance Zimmerman, the Directors of the Maintenance, Motor Vehicle Service, and Clerk Crafts, and the officers assigned to Article 14 met with the Postal Service and representatives of the other postal unions to discuss the Postal Service’s response and plans and the unions’ concerns and suggestions.

For the full article, and ways to prevent the virus from spreading, please click here for the full PDF version.

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