On July 14, July 20 and August 10, the National Joint Health and Safety Committee consulted with the Canada Post Corporation (CPC) on Phase Two of the de-escalation COVID safety measures framework. Consultation on this topic also took place on August 11, through National Consultation.
On August 30, Canada Post entered the second phase of the de-escalation COVID safety measures framework, resuming original delivery process with modifications to allow for social distancing and zero physical contact with customers.
The changes being implemented in Phase 2 include a return to outdoor interactions with customers in single door residential households.
Please note that this applies only to single household deliveries where the interaction with the customer is outdoors. Apartment buildings or commercial spaces are not included.
These changes will involve the following: