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Canada Post resumes some pre-COVID-19 delivery practices

by CM Staff   

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For businesses with a common entrance, agents will leave a delivery notice card.

Canada Post is now resuming delivery practices for Proof of Age (POA), signature items, and customs-owing items.

For these in-person deliveries to homes with their own outdoor entrances, Canada Post agents will wear a face covering and maintain a six-foot (two-metre) distance from customers, the company said in news release.

For deliveries to apartments, condos and businesses with a common entrance, or for Proof of Identity (POI), registered mail and Xpresspost-certified items, agents will leave a delivery notice card (DNC) with the address of a local post office and information about how to pick up the package.

β€œTo keep our employees and customers safe, we continue to ask all Canadians to practise physical distancing while our employees are out delivering in the community,” Canada Post said. β€œ[We] will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and follow the expert advice of the Public Health Agency of Canada and local public health authorities for any further changes.


For more information, visit the COVID-19 FAQ page.


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