Old Age Pension for June to be paid early

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The Bourda Post Office

Payment of Old Age Pension for June 2020 will begin on Thursday, May 28, 2020, at all post offices countrywide.

According to a release from the Guyana Post Office Corporation,the entity in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Protection, continues to implement systems that seek to protect our senior citizens and contain the spread of COVID-19 by preventing mass gathering and practicing social
distancing.

The GPOC noted that the  alphabetical system, using surnames/last names, will be employed for senior citizens to receive their payment at the Post Offices during the first five payment days of the month at Post Offices in Region 2,3,4,5,6 and 10.

Senior citizens will be paid as follows:
-Surnames/last names beginning with the letters A to D on Thursday, May 28,
2020
-Surnames/last names beginning with the letters E to K on Friday, May 29, 2020
-Surnames/last names beginning with the letters L to P on Monday, June 1, 2020
the third payment day of the month
-Surnames/last names beginning with the letters Q to T on Tuesday, June 2, 2020
-Surnames/last names beginning with the letters U to Z on Wednesday, June 3,
2020

The GPOC said that the alphabetical system will only be used during the first five payment days.It said that senior citizens will be allowed to cash his/her coupon/s on any day after the fifth payment day.

In keeping with the guidelines provided by the Pan American Health Organization
(PAHO), the GPOC said that it will continue to enforce a minimum distance of three feet between individuals accessing our services.

“This measure will limit the number of individuals who can enter the Post Office at any given time. Persons visiting our offices will be asked to wear protective masks and sanitize their hands before entry,”the GPOC said.

It was noted that its public spaces will also be sanitized intermittently throughout the day.
The GPOC will continue to update our website and social media pages with information during this period. Persons can visit the website, www.guypost.gy, or like the entity’s page on Facebook or follow it on Instagram and Twitter.