La Poste switches to four rounds per week

This week, mail and parcels are delivered Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, everywhere in France.

By Lefigaro.fr

By the end of April, the group aims to open 10,000 postal contact points across the country.
By the end of April, the group aims to open 10,000 postal contact points across the country. monregard – stock.adobe.com

La Poste goes from three to four letter carrier tours per week, all over France. This week, mail and parcels are distributed Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The following two weeks, whose Fridays are public holidays (May 1 and 8), the tours will take place Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, said Philippe Wahl, president of the La Poste group, in an interview published this Tuesday in The Parisian.

After having closed many post offices in March because of the Coronavirus epidemic, by the end of April, the group aims to open 10,000 postal contact points accessible across the country, out of 17,000 . The list of open offices is available on the site laposte.fr. In addition, since last week, the group has committed to distributing newspapers 5 days a week from Monday to Friday.

Confronted with a grumbling of the unions faced with the risks linked to the epidemic of Covid-19 and to a strong absenteeism, La Poste had announced on March 23 that it would significantly reduce the airfoil to refocus on “essential missions” by ensuring less services, making fewer rounds, and reducing its network to 1,600 offices.

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