Post Office workers are preparing for an Ebola outbreak in the U, D.C. to help boost the economy and ease congestion.
The post office announced Monday that it is deploying up to 100,000 employees in the United States to help staff post offices nationwide.
It also announced that more than 2,000 workers will be dispatched to help deal with a shortage of health care workers in the country.
The U.N. has warned that a pandemics could cause a catastrophic outbreak in some parts of the world.
The outbreak is expected to hit the U of A’s campus, which is the site of some of the U’s largest colleges.
“We’re seeing an outbreak of an outbreak here, and we’re really focused on how to help our employees and our students,” Postmaster General David Stokes said.
“And so, as a result, we are deploying up close and personal the full complement of resources that we can.
And we’re going to do everything we can to minimize the impact on the campus and the community.”
The U of T, with the nation’s second-largest university, has a large number of students, who are most at risk from the virus.
But post offices are a big part of the economy, as they are the main gateway to the U and the second largest employer.
The University of Toronto is also sending 2,700 postmasters and 3,000 support staff to the region.
“Our post office is very well prepared for the virus and is well staffed, and our post office has been responding well to the public health crisis,” said Toronto Postmaster general David Smith.
“So, we’re very encouraged by the response we’ve seen from our students.”
The United Kingdom’s Department of Health said it was also deploying more than 1,000 health care and social workers to help cope with the crisis.
The British government said it is also deploying up 100,00 health care staff to help support staff.
The United States, which has been the epicenter of the pandemic, is also ramping up efforts to help people.
The National Institutes of Health is sending 5,000 staff to assist with the outbreak.
Health officials in several U.K. cities, including London and Manchester, have also been sending out health workers.
“The U.k. has been very supportive of us,” Stokes told reporters.
“It has been our number one priority, and I think it is fair to say that we have been the most welcoming nation to our students and our staff.”
The number of U.M. students and staff at post offices has increased from 2,200 in April, to 3,400 today, according to the Postmaster’s office.