Saturday, 24 October 2020

Correos (Post Office) Guarantees Service During National Strike

Despite the call to a national strike on Monday by the trade union groups, Correos de Costa Rica (the Post Office) reaffirms its commitment to provide normal service.

The Post Office says it will be business as usual on Monday, Sept. 10

The 110 branches of the Correos and the 18 regional distribution centers will work in their usual hours.

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However, Correos warns that the services could be affected by circumstances beyond the company’s operations such as the closure of roads and the demonstrations of union groups.

Correos de Costa Rica president, José Alexis Jiménez Chavarría said that “the Correos keeps the promise of delivery established with its customers”.

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