I was in the Houston Post Office today (July 3, 2020 approx. 9:00 am) to mail a package. The post office has a sign outside the door stating that all postal patrons are required to wear a mask. Then I go into the building and find the postal clerk is not wearing mask and is servicing a patron also not wearing a mask, while the next customer and I wearing masks following the guidelines instituted by the state. After I mentioned this to the clerk that everyone in the premises should be wearing a mask, he then went got his mask. Many business in the area don’t even allow patrons into the premises let alone service them without a mask. Don’t you think the Houston Post Office should be consistently following the state mandated guidelines for trying to mitigate the spread of the virus? After all you are a governmental agency and should certainly set an example for the area and not disregard the governor’s orders!
IWill also be fowarding this email to the "postal experience site" for their reply and am interested in your response.
Thank you for your attention to this matter in advance.
While I was in this office yesterday to mail a package several people can in and were not wearing masks. (I was wearing a mask and so was the employee. I did have to tell the employee to pull her mask up over her nose.) The employee said nothing to them. I mentioned this to the girl behind the counter and she had no response. While I was leaving a man came in and also was not wearing a mask. I returned to my car and watched the entrance. Over the next several minutes 2 people entered wearing a mask. 5 people entered and were not wearing masks. What is the USPS policy on wearing masks at your facilities during a world wide pandemic that has killed over 126,000 people just in the United States? I will no longer use this store.