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Councilman Marks: No positive COVID-19 tests reported among employees at Nottingham post office

UPDATE 2: When inquired about an online rumor claiming that an employee at this post office had been quarantined due to COVID-19 exposure, we received the following response from USPS:

Consistent with the nondisclosure provisions of the Rehabilitation Act and Privacy Act, USPS Policy prohibits the disclosure of the information sought.

UPDATE: has reached out to the USPS Maryland Media Relations team for additional details on this story.  We will post an update once we have obtained a response.

Original story below has been modified for clarity…


NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks reported on Monday that his staff had contacted the Nottingham post office and confirmed that no employees there had tested positive for coronavirus.

Several rumors were circulating online over the weekend, but those posts were likely referring to a confirmed report at the Dundalk post office.

Councilman Marks has spoken with Todd Crandell, his colleague in the Dundalk area, about the work they are doing to mitigate the problem.

“In the future, before stories are circulated on the Internet, please confirm them first,” said Coucilman Marks.  “Please keep all of our postal employees in your thoughts as they continue to do their vital work.”

The Nottingham post office is located at 4990 Mercantile Road (21236).

The U.S. Postal Service reported last week that an employee from the Brooklyn post office and an employee from the Dundalk post office had tested positive.

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