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Lrnhrz

  5 months ago

Important! Please Be Careful When Opening Post!

I received a communation from a friend saying we all need to leave our post unopened for a day or two to avoid contracting covid19. Your post passes through various channels and hands. There is already a case known of a post office worker who has the virus smearing items of post with saliva so please be very careful.
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G7869750t

  5 months ago
Ew did the post office worker smear saliva on purpose? Reply
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jfrasermc

  5 months ago
Gg Reply
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am8160621

  5 months ago
ok, noted Reply
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S7103890r

  5 months ago
Ever since I heard that the virus can linger on objects I have taken to wearing disposable gloves for opening parcels and post then washing them in bleach so I can reuse. I’m thinking I may have gone a bit too far though Reply
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roxanavarvarici

  5 months ago
Agree Reply
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redwine1

  5 months ago
You have to be sensible but just wash your hands we did before or most of us did Reply
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Chris563

  5 months ago
That is terrible how could anyone be so cruel and stupid to do something like that Reply
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davidwatkin

  5 months ago
Thanks for the warning Lin, I never thought of that. xx Reply
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SimonGUK

  5 months ago
I definitely would not have worried about tge saliva thing, but I would thoroughly wash my hands after opening the post thus negating any potential issues.
Thank you for trying to warn us though, it is very kind of you. :-)
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PoohBah

  5 months ago
This appears to be a hoax which started in Malaysia and has been spread enthusiastically, initially on Whatsapp. The doctor named and supposedly quoted in the original message has said it's a complete fabrication. The moral of this story is: don't go spreading rumours without checking carefully first; just because a friend tells you, it isn't necessarily true. Reply
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