Objective

Our objective was to assess the Postal Service’s response to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak regarding the safety of its employees.

In March 2020, the president of the United States declared the COVID-19 pandemic a national emergency; its impact to the nation’s health and safety has been unprecedented. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as of July 31, 2020, there were 4.5 million cases and 151,000 deaths in the U.S. Many states and communities shut down businesses, asked people to stay home, and prohibited gatherings to slow the spread of the virus. Even during the shutdowns, the Postal Service continued to deliver mail and packages to every address in the nation, every day.

To lead its pandemic response, the Postal Service created the COVID-19 Command Response Team at headquarters to ensure the agency followed directives and guidance from the CDC. The Postal Service implemented changes to slow the spread of the virus, manage and support affected employees, and ensure that recovered employees returned to work safely.

To slow the virus’s spread, the Postal Service required all employees to wear face coverings where a state or local mandate was in place and social distancing could not be achieved, requested customers to wear face coverings in all retail facilities, and established daily cleaning of the workroom floor and cleaning of frequently touched surfaces between tours. In addition, the Postal Service established a COVID-19 Supplies Command Center to monitor daily inventories in the field and identify facilities in need of essential supplies. This helped ensure millions of face coverings, gloves, and cleaning products were available to about 641,000 Postal Service employees working across 31,500 facilities. To identify employees with COVID-19 symptoms at work, the Postal Service also deployed a temperature-taking proof of concept test at four facilities in May 2020.

For employees who either contracted or were affected by the virus, the Postal Service allowed the use of liberal leave. It also established a Close Contact Tracing Program in April 2020 to outline safety protocols for identifying and quarantining employees who came into close contact with an infected person at work, as well as tracking employees with a positive COVID-19 test. The Postal Service’s nursing staff is responsible for conducting contact tracing to determine if any employees were in contact with an infected coworker. They also set return-to-work dates for employees after an exposure to or illness from COVID-19.

The Postal Service’s quick actions likely saved lives and certainly increased employee safety. Despite these efforts to contain COVID-19, 33,945 employees took leave to quarantine, 7,421 tested positive for the virus, and 80 died, as of July 31, 2020. The number of new, positive cases in the Postal Service steadily increased since the first confirmed case in February 2020 through the end of July 2020. Therefore, vigilance and additional precautions could help further protect employees.

Findings

While we recognize the challenges facing the Postal Service during the pandemic, we identified three areas where the Postal Service can better protect its employees: (1) face covering policy, (2) contact tracing program, and (3) employee health screening.

First, Postal Service employees did not always wear face coverings when proper social distancing could not be achieved. We visited 10 facilities, including five mail processing and five retail and delivery facilities, and observed employees at four retail and delivery facilities (40 percent) who did not adhere to the local face covering policy. In addition, during our review of camera footage, we observed 41 of 117 facilities (35 percent) with at least one employee not wearing a face covering where a local mandate required one, and while not social distancing.

These employees were behind the counter or in the back of a retail and delivery facility or on the workroom floor in a processing facility.

The Postal Service face covering policy at all facilities cited local or state mandates and when employees could not maintain social distancing in the workplace. However, facility management voiced confusion with the policy and interpreted it to mean that state and local directives determined whether employees were required to wear face coverings. Postal Service Headquarters considered the local requirements supplemental to the nationwide policy.

In addition, managers of offending employees were not always aware they could enforce the face covering policy. An enforcement process which includes engaging the union representative and taking appropriate action existed; however, it was not well-known or followed because it was only communicated verbally to some managers. The confusing face covering policy and its inconsistent enforcement put employees at a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19 and potentially decreased employee availability.

Second, the Close Contact Tracing Program did not include an overarching program goal with associated metrics and did not ensure adequate staffing. Management indicated they did not establish goals for the contact tracing program because they did not believe contact tracing was measurable and did believe that its application varied case by case. However, program goals and performance metrics are essential to monitor progress and determine resources needed. In addition, the responsibilities of and reliance on the nursing staff grew during the pandemic because local public health departments were unable to complete contact tracing. As of July 31, 2020, there were 116 Postal Service nurses nationwide, with 30 vacancies — a 21 percent vacancy rate. Local management did not actively post open positions on the Postal Service’s career website. Retaining a full complement of nurses, or supplementing them where necessary with contractor support, is especially important during the COVID-19 crisis.

Lastly, although the CDC recommended temperature taking for employees in April 2020, the Postal Service did not deploy temperature taking within its facilities nationwide. As of July 31, 2020, there was at least one employee who either tested positive for COVID-19 or quarantined due to possible exposure to the virus at over 7,000 Postal Service facilities. The Postal Service conducted a temperature taking proof of concept test in May 2020 at four facilities, and it plans to conduct health screening tests at two additional facilities.

The Postal Service indicated that it has not deployed nationwide temperature taking tests because completing the test is resource intensive and there were privacy concerns. The Postal Service’s process for conducting the tests was complicated, and it required the purchase of different types of thermometers, additional employee time, and coordination with the law department and unions. Additionally, the Postal Service determined that temperature taking alone would not be enough to identify employees with COVID-19. Without conducting daily in-person or virtual health checks of employees before they enter the facility, employees could come to work while sick, increasing the likelihood of transmission of COVID-19 to other employees and customers.

We did not evaluate recent operational changes made by the Postal Service or the significant increases in delayed mail at delivery units experienced this summer. In response to a congressional request received on August 7, 2020, we have an ongoing project which will evaluate these operational changes and their impact on mail service.

Recommendations

We recommended management:

  • Clarify and communicate the Postal Service’s face covering policy for consistent, nationwide application.
  • Communicate policy regarding immediate enforcement and corrective action for non-compliance with the face covering policy.
  • Re-evaluate the Close Contact Tracing Program to include program goals, performance metrics, and a hiring initiative to ensure adequate staffing.
  • Evaluate options and implement a nationwide health screening initiative which may include employee self-certification.

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  • anon

    Today I was standing outside in my driveway (wearing a mask) while a friend dropped off food to my house. I was holding my three month old baby at the time. The USPS truck pulled up into the driveway and the driver, who was not wearing a mask, looked at me and said "what is that in your arms? A baby?" To which I replied "yes". He then proceeded to tell me I had a couple of packages, and hand them out the window for me to take. It's one thing to not even get out of the truck to put the packages on the porch when he can see my hands are full, but he made me walked over to him while he wasn't wearing a mask. I know you guys have really had a tough year, and I think you've done a great job given the circumstances, but this was a truly disappointing experience.

    Dec 28, 2020
  • anon

    We generally are in a hurry, most of us put on masks for obvious close contact situations like getting signatures but we spend most of our days alone so it's easy to forget about masking in a spur of the moment situation like that and generally carriers assume people in driveways want to grab their mail, just be very clear and politely ask them to put the mail elsewhere you can grab it later so there is no contact, would not bother me personally.

    Jan 02, 2021
  • anon

    This comment section seems to be filled with entitled individuals who have made it their new occupation to shame and police people based on whether or how they are using a mask and what type of material it is comprised of. Its a pathetic self righteous display. It is most likely that the pores of the most commonly used masks seal immediately when you very first exhale “thru” them causing all air and virus particles exhaled to just take the path of least resistance around the sides of the mask and force us all to walk around in a head high fog of covid. Check out the case numbers in states where mask mandates are most extreme. Just thank God its not severe or deadly in the extreme majority of cases. Would do everyone some good to watch a good documentary on spanish flu.

    Dec 27, 2020
  • anon

    I believe the Spanish flu killed 675,000 US citizens in a 2 year period. With Covid deaths numbered at 333,000 at the 11 month point, I would say they are pretty comparable at this point. I don't know what factual study you are referencing about mask pores getting clogged. Could you provide that? All studies I have seen say that masks, when worn properly, reduce transmission. Being immune compromised, I found it disturbing that the employees at the PO in Gulf Breeze,FL. wore no masks. I have tried to stay home as much as possible because it seems folks here don't believe Covid is a big deal....until they get it or know someone who's died from it. If folks think wearing a mask is imposing on their liberty, try having to stay home alone for 9 months because it is not safe to go out, given others here don't wear masks.

    Dec 28, 2020
  • anon

    The mortality rate from the spanish flu was between 3% and 5%, with a world population drastically different. Covid mortality is less than 1/10 of a percent today. Total deaths in the US is less this year than last, period, that's TOTAL. More folks died in the US this year from heart and cardiovascular disease than from covid... and that is EVERY year. Please stop throwing out half accurate data as it feeds the BS about this "pandemic". If we use current covid data on every virus we have each year, this country would be in continual lockdown every year. So much paranoia for a flu with a 99.98% survival rate for folks even in advanced years of age. Not saying it can't be serious for anyone but pneumonia is just as deadly and in some cases more so.

    Dec 29, 2020
  • anon

    The Portage Post Office in Michigan has ignored state rules despite numerous OSHA and OIG complaints. Employees that don't want to wear masks are aware that the district has distributed an unpublished policy directive to managers not to use discipline to enforce mask usage. This has resulted in a unsafe workplace were mask usage is effectively voluntary. Management has decided that Michigan State regulations do not apply to them. Your carrier might be a carrier.

    Dec 26, 2020
  • anon

    Can if a post office is shut down due to covid are the holiday parcel and mail taken out and sent or locked down during their shut down? Had someone tell me this was why I did not receive my shipment. Told me the FR box was still locked inside due to covid shut down. Found this hard to believe.

    Dec 25, 2020
  • anon

    Yes all station should have a temperature check all employees including supervisor should wear a mask but when you got mgr that live in Mississippi but not tn tn requires mask ms didn't not and those supervisor from ms came to work contacted germs to the employees caused the mgr from ms didn't wear a mask and last all station that included every station in memphis tn need to be stanizer as of right now we do not have soap employees like me have to bring in soap for our restroom caused whoever is order hand soap its disgraceful and disappearing we have had soap in over 6 months buts as a employees we make the effort to bring in our own soap to wash our hands its make me sad and unhappy that our upper Management could have did better you have employees who came to work and not missed not one day doing all this c19 no one in our city can say thank you you have employees with perfect attendance but who cares not the area mgr and not the postmaster

    Dec 25, 2020
  • anon

    How can I pickup my mail safely in the public mailbox lobby area of my town post office if they refuse to enforce state mandates requirements. Thorp Wisconsin 54771 50+ % of people entering that small enclosed area every day are not complying and postal employees refuse to even suggest that they should.

    Dec 23, 2020
  • anon

    I was at the USPS office in Susanville, CA to mail some packages. The postal worker behind the counter was not wearing a mask. When I got to the counter I asked her to put one on and she did but she had to go into the back to find it. She did not put it over her nose. There were also 3 people in line not wearing masks. Two of them I asked and they wouldn’t. The workers should be enforcing that the customers wear masks. I should be able to wait in line at the post office in a room without 4 not wearing masks. The fact the one of the postal workers was waiting on so many people without a mask is simply mind boggling. I should be able to go to the post office and not have to endanger my life.

    Dec 23, 2020
  • anon

    I’m one of the employees of united Postal Service, due to high restrictions to all public restaurants,malls, schools and gyms I’m wondering how come no one is checking inside of Postal Service warehouse what is going on there? how many people without wearing a proper facemask are working together.

    Dec 23, 2020
  • anon

    My local post office does not limit the number of people within the building at any one time. It is a small room and when I went in today there were too many people in there at the same time. That should be enforced as well as social distancing!

    Dec 22, 2020
  • anon

    Employees at the Port Tobacco, MD 20677 retail facility are not wearing masks. I addressed this complaint to the postmistress there and was told that they are not required to wear masks.

    Dec 22, 2020
  • anon

    Kemblesville Post Office in Landenberg, PA (1 Municipal Ln) - employees never wear masks despite it being a tiny one room building that is packed with people during this season. How is this allowed in a federal building? Why is there no oversight? I can’t even imagine how many people might have been exposed especially considering I know at least one of the carriers had Covid. So disrespectful to all the customers coming in. What are you going to do about this?

    Dec 22, 2020
  • anon

    The Susanville Ca 96130 post office on Lassen St had employees talking about their coworker who tested positive for Covid19 and had symptoms while at work but the woman working the counter STILL had no mask on.

    Dec 22, 2020
  • anon

    The cypress texas usps location is being very reckless with their suspected covid cases. My sister was asked to come to work after she was having symptoms and the dr ended up saying “oh it’s just allergies” well when she went back to work, she lost her Sense of taste and smell, so I instructed her to go get tested. That was last Saturday and the results still has not come yet but they made the schedule Saturday and told my sister she was awol. They have been making her call in daily and she only gets 4 call ins a year and this goes towards the 2021 year. If this location took this more seriously and didn’t expect ppl with symptoms to come to work then my sister may not have it now. I know other businesses that as soon as your exposed to someone else with it, they pay for the employee to do the rapid testing. There are other usps locations that are more responsible and require their postal employees to have negative results before returning to work.

    Dec 22, 2020
  • anon

    I understand all the precautions the USPS has taken during the pandemic, but if an employee is exhibiting clear symptoms can that employee be forced off the clock by the supervisor for the safety of the other employees?

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    In the past years, the USPS has had SAFETY as their #1 priority. What happened? Shingletown, Ca, 96088 clerks do not wear masks either. Why not?

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    I live in a state where there is a mask mandate. The front desk employee was not wearing a mask and I asked if she was not required to wear a mask in a public building. She said the thin, flimsy plastic sheet was protection. It is an indoor building with co-workers inside and the public (which is required to wear masks inside). A shield is not sufficient. Protect yourself, your co-workers, and the general public. Masks should be mandatory. At a federal agency, no less!

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    I'm curious as to whether the OIG reads these comments and are going to take any action about it. As anyone can see, there is a real and deadly dangerous problem at the USPS during this pandemic.

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    It seems that even if these are read nothing is done. Considering the USPS administration and performance, in the near future we probably will be serviced through Amazon or another firm that actually cares. Keep up the ambivalence.

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    What about mail carriers in Washington state ? Our carrier routinely enters our place of business without a mask, when asked, he said its optional..

    Dec 20, 2020
  • anon

    I'm a postal employee in Northern Colorado and I can tell you that still, with now over 16,000 employees quarantined and over 7,000 positive and over 100 dead that nothing has changed despite the OIG's findings and recommendations. In fact our office is holding a "Christmas pot luck" in a 15x12 break room with 140 employees on 12/24! Ridiculous and dangerous.

    Dec 20, 2020
  • anon

    USPS 440 W COLFAX ST PALATINE, IL 60067-2537 Front desk employee "Hannah" not wearing mask properly (Nose not covered at all) and breathes all over the packages without consideration. She is also rude and don't want to follow mask mandates. Hope it can be checked with the security cameras and watch for Dec17, 2020 and see how she is wearing masks.

    Dec 19, 2020
  • anon

    Who do I write to about my concerns about my co workers and management not complying with face coverings when social distancing isn't possible. Cases of employees testing positive seems to be kept quiet to avoid proper contact tracing that may lead to additional employees quarantined, thereby affecting the mail delivery operation. It seems the mail operation is more important than employee health and safety. I hope my concerns does not initiate retaliatory measures against me.

    Dec 19, 2020
  • anon

    Went into Folsom, CA PO to mail some Xmas cards and 3 of the 5 employees only had face shields on and no masks. I was under the impression that shields are an added layer and masks are still needed.

    Dec 18, 2020
  • anon

    Our mail carrier comes into the yard and expects to hand us mail. No mask. My father-in-law has no immune system so we’re doing only curbside pickups and are staying home otherwise. But the mail carrier, even knowing how we’re handling this, handed him his mail while he was mowing one day. Not cool.

    Dec 18, 2020
  • anon

    first the post office was griping about not having enough business. Now they have plenty, and they are still griping. Like all business, COVID has become an excuse for poor customer service.

    Dec 17, 2020
  • anon

    I noted repeatedly a postal service employee in the Newnan GA, Zip code 30263 not wearing her face mask at the customer services counter. This is a Caucasian female and it is obvious that she cannot hear well when customers are trying to talk to her and maintaining social distance. She will say, "please come closer, I cannot hear you" .

    Dec 17, 2020
  • anon

    Where I work has been a complete failure. By my count 70% of employees don't or refuse to wear masks. Contact tracing requires communication which does not exist. Non-postal employees not wearing masks on the dock and walking thru the plant. Over 30 covid cases in about 2 weeks I found out about thru union minutes. An employee came in to work knowing she had covid19 and only after 3 hours working she was told to go home. We're literally a petri dish of covid19. I always wear a mask and call in a lot to protect myself.

    Dec 16, 2020
  • anon

    Was just at the Buda, TX USPS location and an employee was wearing a mesh mask. How is this protecting anyone including her coworkers. Shameful USPS, down right shameful.

    Dec 16, 2020
  • anon

    I’ve been off work for over a week. My daughter tested positive for Covid so I informed my postmaster and have quarantined since then I’ve had a test done and got my results which were negative so I would like to return to work. I’ve trying calling the phone number provided since this morning 12/16/20. Mailbox is full and no one has answered so I figured I would email . Thank you

    Dec 16, 2020
  • anon

    I observed at my post office the employees had on face shields no masks. Now that may offer an Extra layer of protection when worn with a mask but it does not filter the air they breathe nor fully protect the air I breathe! I can not assume that the building is up to date with increase airflow or fresh air intake no less a HEPPA filter. I find it deplorable that it can be so hard to establish clear cut rules and safety standards and that goes to the top leaders get out of Washington and see what is going on! I don’t think my tax dollars that pay your salaries, should mean I need to risk my own health or life to mail some packages.

    Dec 16, 2020
  • anon

    Your tax dollars do not pay postal employees. All employees are paid from revenue.

    Dec 18, 2020
  • anon

    I think it is so funny that people think their tax dollars pay for the postal service. I work at a mail processing facility and for the most part am able to social distance but mask wearing is almost 0 percent unless they are a supervisor. People test positive that I worked with all day the day before not able to social distance and I was not informed. There is no contact tracing at my facility. They could easily look at the schedule and see we worked together for hours.

    Dec 23, 2020
  • anon

    The USPS is an essential service and invaluable. You should be able to walk into a post office without fear of dying. In Ferndale, WA today all of the employees were wearing their masks improperly or not at all, not distancing behind the counter, and not enforcing mask wearing or distancing to the customers. They didn’t react when people walked in without masks and only slipped them on while standing at the counter. Instead, they yelled at a customer who asked another to wear his mask and told everyone it was their responsibility to social distance in a crowded, small, glass room with a weaving line. The line went out the door! Our death toll in this county is 3,084 with 2,957 new cases reported TODAY. Our house has immunocompromised people. This is unacceptable. Everyone working today should be terminated or suspended without pay.

    Dec 15, 2020
  • anon

    I'm a window clerk for the postal service. i come in contact with hundreds of people a day, especially now with peak season.... and I work in an office with 20+ people. I'm experiencing covid symptoms, so I stayed home today for a doctor's appointment. the doctor told me not to return to work until my covid test comes back negative. I addressed this with my postmaster, who told me there was some memo or an email that was recently sent out stating that since we are essential workers, WE ARE REQUIRED TO COME TO WORK- even with a pending test and experiencing symptoms !!! is this true ?! because if it is, the postal service has made it clear they are not concerned about the health of their employees. peak season and short staffed or not, if this is a nationwide pandemic I should not be potentially exposing my coworkers or my customers !!

    Dec 15, 2020
  • anon

    Could you please ask that your employees who do mail pick ups in Bloomington IN wear their mask at all time when in businesses? Just encountered someone who refused in our business. NOT OKAY!

    Dec 15, 2020
  • anon

    Yulee Fl post office 12-14. No employees wearing masks. No social distancing by employees behind counter. What is wrong with you? How stupid can the post office be to simply not require employees to mask? How can WalMart do this nation wide and USPS can’t?

    Dec 15, 2020
  • anon

    I have a concern about the Willis, MI (48191) postal worker. This is a small office that services a lot of older people and the worker (Kim) will not wear a mask. I contacted your customer service as well as the township authorities to no avail. If there is anything you can do to help, the whole community would be thankful. This is dangerous and selfish behavior. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

    Dec 15, 2020
  • anon

    It is amazing to me how many of you people are all of sudden NOW concerned about the health of others. Positivity rate within the post office is lower than NYC, NJ, the state of CA and Chicago (all masked locations). Since masks are so effective, simply put yours on, wash your hands (wait, you can't enforce that) and keep your physical distance from others. 1 in 5 postal workers struggle with physical or mental health issues (possibly due to the large % of veterans employed) and that is more of a concern to me than contracting a virus. Once Covid is in the rear view, all of you people so concerned about others should advocate for the most accessible healthcare for postal employees. But you aren't really concerned about others are you?

    Dec 28, 2020
  • anon

    I work in the Usps and I Wear a mask properly but the other employees do not including management. Either it’s under their chin or they walk around just covering their mouth with a mask with their nose is sticking over the mask. When management does it how can you complain to? Employees won’t follow the rules if management don’t.

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    You can try complaining to your district safety office like I did but be prepared for some pretty harsh treatment. I don't know how yours is but mine seemed pretty annoyed with me. If you do complain to them keep it as anonymous as you can! My name is Mud at my office and I face constant harassment because everyone assumes that I've done all of the PS 1767's or OSHA calls even though I haven't. Good luck!

    Dec 21, 2020
  • anon

    We are required to wear masks but almost all the employees around me have their NOSES STICKING OUT OF THE MASK! How stupid are they? Apparently very stupid. I am worried at work all the time. Management does nothing

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    I work at the PTC offfice in Ga.We have a lady that's a breast cancer survivor.The same employees/ managers don't wear mask ,when they dont feel like it. Managers don't enforce the Cdc guidelines.Employees make it political; instead of health safety..They just don't care about there co workers health or there own. SHAME ON YOU PTC EMPLOYEES.

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    I have just learned that the Badger Road, North Pole, Alaska branch of the federal post office is a privately contracted post office. But it is where I am required to pick up my packages. When I complained that no COVID protection whatsoever is enforced. I was told not to come back. What is my recourse? I am a 70 year old woman with a heart condition who is alone in life, but would still like to receive packages. I send a previous comment approximately 15-25 minutes ago further detailing my health concerns with this outlet.

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    At Badger Road branch of the post office in North Pole Alaska there were 19 in queue without masks (except 2) waiting for 30-40 minutes in a 5’ X 70’ hallway with unmasked people passing to check their mailboxes which were located in Same hallway. No windows or ventilation. I complained to the postal worker, upon finally reaching the front of the line, telling her that I am a 70 year old woman with a heart condition. She said she would die if she wore a mask or put up a shield. She asked me if I had someone who could pick up my packages for me. I in turn asked if she could wear a mask. & followed federal health guidelines. She told me not to come back to the post office. I didn’t get her name but took pictures & could ascertain it if it was needed.

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    I have a postal carrier in Stoughton MASS who claims that he does not have to wear a mask because he is a Federal Employee. We have clients that come to our clinic and I am concerned that this postal worker enters our building everyday and DOES NOT WEAR, and seemingly WILL NOT wear a mask. What can be done?

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    Can anyone confirm the point of this comment thread? Will it effect action, or is it just for venting? Comments here from nationwide express FEAR about the ineffectiveness of the USPS to enforce mask wearing, and the anger at individuals who callously choose to put us all at risk. I work in direct patient care and wear a mask for my entire shift. You get used to it! Please help keep each other safe. A visit to a Post Office should not put one risk!! Mask Tip #1: The mask must cover both mouth AND nose. Tip#2 Develop the habit of only handling the mask only by its ties — never touch the front of the mask. Tip#3 Wash or use hand sanitizer before and after placing mask, or removing it. We will all sink or swim together. Please unite in the fight against Covid-19.

    Dec 14, 2020
  • anon

    Please please please enforce our employees to wear masks. At work, when it is for the safety of everyone because there is no real social distancing here we all need to wear masks. It should not be a choice when in such close quarters. Please, OIG! With love from Maine!

    Dec 14, 2020

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