‘Exceptionally high demand’ fuels Christmas post fears

“From the start, we have always said that despite our best endeavours, it is possible that some areas of the country may experience a reduction in service levels due to COVID-related absences and necessary social distancing measures at local mail centres and delivery offices,” it said.

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