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USPS Issues Revised Face Covering Policy

With the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continuing to decline across the country, state, local and tribal jurisdictions have revised their pandemic mitigation measures and have stopped their mandatory face covering policies and social distancing practices. The Postal Service has decided to align with these national changes.

Effective immediately, the Postal Service will no longer require any postal employee to wear a face covering while at work. All previous Postal Service face covering policies are rescinded. Employees may continue to voluntarily wear a mask or face covering if they are so inclined.

Should you have any questions, contact the Contract Administration Department

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