NRLCA and USPS Agree to Extend COVID-19 Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Through August 6, 2021

The National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association and United States Postal Service have mutually agreed to extend the Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) linked below through August 6, 2021:

The MOU to allow regular carriers to work on other routes WAS NOT extended and is no longer in effect.

In accordance with Article 30.1.P, “A regular rural carrier shall not be required to serve all or part of any rural route other than his or her assigned route…” A regular rural carrier may no longer volunteer for these duties.

Extension MOUs COVID 19 NRLCA 6 2021

UPDATE: NRLCA and USPS Agree to Extend COVID-19 Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Through August 6, 2021



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Gonna suck for offices with few associates to work

What about our RCA’s coming in early to throw parcels, then work on city swings because of lack of CCA’s in our office.

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