A postie has been praised for looking after self-isolating locals during the pandemic.
Kirsten Sinnamon was forced to stay home for two weeks after visiting her grandchild.
And when she returned from Melbourne to Queensland, Australia, she realised she’d missed a delivery and needed to re-schedule.
But as she was unable to go to the Post Office due to strict self isolation rules, the 47-year-old wrote her postie a note.
It read: “Dear postie. We’re stuck in iso after visiting first grandbaby in Melbourne last week.
“Is it possible to re-deliver our parcel please? We’ll be here all week. Understand if it’s not possible."
Thankfully for Kirsten, her postie went the extra mile to sort out another delivery.
She rang the self-isolating family to reassure them their mail would be on its way.
On Facebook, the gran revealed: “Our Postie (Lisa – who we've never met) phoned me from the mail centre (because she had to go back there to get the parcel to find my phone no) just to check if we needed it redirected to a different address.
“When I explained the home isolation situation she came back and delivered it this afternoon.”
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She added: “We would have been completely happy if they'd just been able to hold it for the week until we're allowed out to collect, or even delivered the next day.
“We're over the moon with appreciation to receive it today!”
The gesture has gone down well with Facebook users too.
Many praised the postie for their act of kindness – and it’s inspired many to do their bit during the pandemic too.
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