UPS Fights Against COVID-19 Globally


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UPS Fights Against COVID-19 Globally - Borgen Magazine

As of January 2021, the novel coronavirus has infected more than 90 million people across the world. Nearly two million people have lost their lives. The quick and continuous spread of COVID-19 has crippled and closed many businesses across the world. This has resulted in a loss of employment and income. With hospitals hosting a nearly unmanageable population of patients, available resources have been declining. In order to help combat these challenges, the United Parcel Service (UPS) fights against COVID-19.

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With the recent release of coronavirus vaccines, the need for global distribution and transportation has been crucial in the effort to relieve some of the burdens of the virus. UPS, one of the world’s top courier companies, has played a large role in the transportation of crucial supplies and vaccines in the midst of such a trying time. In being just a small part of the solution, UPS fights COVID-19 in numerous efficient and productive ways.

At the most basic level, as UPS continues to serve its customers, it takes extra precautions to protect its employees. This protects consumers as well. With strict regulations to follow CDC guidelines and implementation of an emergency paid leave program for employees, UPS prioritizes health and safety for its workers and customers.