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Pretty irregular, and not important question, but you think it's sanitized? Y'know the whole outbreak and the vendor's location of this product
I think if you're concerned, it doesn't matter what sanitation is occurring, you're going to want to sanitize when you receive it either by disinfectants or by leaving the package alone for a few days. The item will touch many people before getting to you.
Sanitized product? Why? If, and only if, there is any virus on the product at all, it will be effectively dead ten times by the time the package reaches your door. If you are really concerned, you mailman's hands are the risk, not the product that is well-packaged and weeks en route. Use gloves when unpacking and do not touch the product itself, inside papers, etc.
There is no reason to sanitize the inside of the package that had been in transit for weeks. Use gloves, unpack, do not potentially contaminate the already safe inside parts.