Thursday, April 16, 2020
The watch list has 380 total employees, 77 are on mandatory quarantine, 303 are self-quarantined.
191 employees have returned to work. The log has reached 571 employees.
There are 13 confirmed positive cases, currently 12 cases are active.
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
The watch list has 340 total employees, 59 are on mandatory quarantine, 281 are self-quarantined. 1 positive tested employee has returned to work. 176 total employees have returned to work. The log has reached 516 employees.
There are 13 confirmed positive cases, 12 currently active.
Monday, April 13, 2020
The watch list has 333 total employees, 58 are on mandatory quarantine, 275 are self-quarantined. 166 employees have returned to work. The log has reached 499 employees.
There are 12 confirmed cases. Tomorrow, an employee will be the first to return to duty after testing positive.
Regarding disposal of gloves:
The Occupational Health Nurse states: If the glove is visibly soiled with blood or bodily fluids it goes into a red bag or bin for hazardous material. If not, it can be disposed in the regular trash receptacle.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
The watch list has 365 total employees, 74 are on mandatory quarantine, 291 are self-quarantined. 181 employees have returned to work. The log has reach 546 employees.
There are 13 confirmed positive cases, with 12 being currently active.
Below is a list of documentation required when applying for FFCRA Leave for the 12 weeks of expanded FMLA:
Friday, April 17, 2020
The watch list has 377 total employees, 82 are on mandatory quarantine, 297 are self-quarantined.
208 employees have returned to work. The log has reached 587 employees.
There are 13 confirmed positive cases, 12 are currently active.
Nationally, there 12,099 USPS Employees reported under quarantine and 1,054 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
In the Southern Area, there are 2,350 Employees under quarantine and 204 confirmed cases.
Regarding the 7:01 rule, the following will be applied:
When a City Carrier(s) has completed their route on a regular workday and cannot be assigned any available work, have worked more than 7, but less than 8 hours, upon request the Carrier will be officially excused for the remainder of that regularly scheduled workday. Any hours not worked between the 7th and 8th hour on that day will be afforded guaranteed time, provided that Carriers must inform management of their desire to clock out prior to completion of the 8 hours minus the time covered by the 5 minute leeway rule. So in short, prior to the expiration of 7:55 work hours
Overtime by other employees in the unit does not negate the 7:01 rule.
It falls on the NALC and all its members to insure that the USPS is included in the final stimulus bill. It is more imperative than ever that all Carriers download the NALC app if they have not already done so. You will receive notifications and a simple method with a link to sent a letter to both of our Florida Senators and Congressional Representative. Please go to the App Store or Google Play and search for "NALC Member App" to install it for free.