Georgia – Georgian Post
Georgian Post vs. COVID -19
In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Georgian Post contributed to stopping the spread of the virus and helped citizens and the state.
In the light of worldwide developments caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Georgian Post, in the shortest timeframe, adopted safety measures in accordance with government recommendations while continuing to provide services to the population, the public and the private sectors.
In order to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19, Georgian Post, as an organization with high social responsibility, organized the daily disinfection works at service centres, exchange offices and sorting centres throughout Georgia.
The company provided its staff with protective equipment such as special disinfectant liquids, gloves, masks and protective shields. Some employees began working remotely from home and working hours at service centres were reduced. The company also provided delivery of state services, medication and masks, with no direct contact.
In cooperation with the Georgian Red Cross, the company provided assistance in the distribution of informational leaflets.
In the framework of the project, Georgian Post has already provided assistance to up to 200.000 high-risk citizens. The company also actively cooperates with the government to ensure that citizens stay at home and receive all public services via home delivery.