About the Eastern Region

The Eastern Regional Coordinator is responsible for union activity in Delaware, Maryland, parts of New York and New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington DC.

Taking on Challenges Together

(This article first appeared in the November/December issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)

Brothers and Sisters, I hope and pray you and your families are healthy and staying safe. As the end of 2021 quickly approaches, we continue to deal with the COVID-19 Pandemic.

COVID cases are on the rise again with more folks being infected, especially with the Delta and Mu variants. Cases were down as a result of all the hard work we did in getting protocols in place. Once CDC restrictions were relaxed just prior to July 4 holiday, we started to see an increase in cases.

Daily MMO cleaning, Stand-up-Talks, and deep cleaning after a positive has been identified in a facility are crucial. Remember, a PS Form 1767 Report of Hazard, Unsafe Condition or Practice is always in play and must be completed to document deficiencies. Grievances must be filed to address these serious concerns. I realize this is monotonous, but we must stay focused; together we can meet the challenges.

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