Held mail has been released
Posted November 6, 2001; 01:18 p.m.
The university's incoming mail that was held the last week of October -- after the discovery of a very small amount of anthrax at the main Princeton post office in West Windsor -- is no longer on hold, as of Tuesday, Nov. 6. The United States Postal Service has determined that there is no need to decontaminate this mail.
In related news, the post office building on Roszel Road in West Windsor reopened to the public on Monday, Nov. 5.
All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to regularly check the University home page , the crisis response Web site and the Web site of the emergency preparedness task force for frequently updated information on steps being taken to address concerns about recent developments regarding anthrax and other possible terrorist threats. This email summarizes some of the steps that have been taken and refers you to other helpful information. Please continue to check these three Web sites regularly.
Click here to read the University-wide email that was sent Nov. 2, which includes information about mail, health and safety issues.
Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601