As people are urged not to leave the house, this has resulted in increasing numbers of parcels and cards being sent.
With Easter around the corner, families may be concerned about passing on coronavirus by card.
Thankfully, the virus is very unlikely to be passed through cardboard boxes or paper envelopes.
Research reveals that the virus has been detected on cardboard for just 24 hours, and decreases rapidly over time.
Your daily newspaper is fine too – virologist George Lomonossoff said: "Newspapers are pretty sterile because of the way they are printed and the process they've been through.
"The chances [of catching the virus] are infinitesimal."