La Poste - Only 27 offices out of 108 remain open in the Alpes-Maritimes. As La Poste's services are now obliged to reorganize in the Var and Alpes-Maritimes in order to adapt to the health situation.
The objective? "Protect the health of postal workers and ensure their essential missions", summarizes La Poste. What are the consequences for users? Mail distributed and picked up less often, and many post offices closes
The working time of the agents being progressively reduced and the desire being to protect them as much as possible, the management of La Poste announced that "as of Monday, March 30, the mail / parcel agents will work three days per week: the rounds for the delivery of the mail and the parcels will be carried out only on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. "
This week, to gradually adapt the organization, there will be no mail delivery today and Saturday.
SHOULD YOU CONTINUE TO DEPOSIT YOUR MAIL IN A LETTER BOX?
Yes, they will be collected at the same rate as the mail is delivered, says La Poste.
HOW MANY OFFICES REMAIN OPEN?
There will only be 26 in the Var and 27 in the Alpes-Maritimes against 108.
Here is the list of offices open in the Alpes-Maritimes: downtown Antibes, main Valbonne, Cannes Croisette, Cannes La Bocca, Le Cannet Rocheville, Le Cannet Hôtel-de-Ville, Grasse Fragonard, Mandelieu La Napoule principal, Menton, Mouans -Sartoux, Nice-Thiers, Nice-LeRay, Nice Malausséna, Nice Saint-Augustin, Garibaldi, Nice Notre-Dame, Nice Saint-Barthélémy, Nice Wilson, Nice Saint-Hélène, Le Rouret, Saint-Laurent-du-Var De -Gaulle, Saint-Martin-du-Var, Villeneuve-Loubet, Vence, Cagnes-sur-Mer Renoir, Vallauris and Roquebrune-Cap-Martin Carnoles.
La Poste insists that "the situation is evolving. We try to keep these establishments open ”but they can be closed“ at the slightest suspicion for example ”or the schedules can be modified. Hence the need to check online before going to the agency.
"We try to ensure 80 to 90% of the rounds," admits La Poste.
"The banking services are privileged everywhere and all that is mail and parcels will be continued in the offices according to human means", assures La Poste which recalls how the situation is "exceptional". "Office trips should only be made if strictly necessary. "
"The will is to keep a service to a minimum but everything can change depending on the health situation and the authorizations", points out the management.
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