Effective today, May 21, 2020, the USPS has restored mail service to 15 Military Mail ZIPs. These ZIPs were previously suspended on April 9 due to lack of transportation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Including the suspensions lifted today, the USPS has now restored service to a total of 23 Military Mail ZIPs in the past two weeks. For a full list of USPS service alterations due to coronavirus visit the Stamps.com Cornavirus Updates Page.

Mail service to the following ZIPs has been restored:

AE DPO 09175-9997
AE DPO 09614-9997
AE DPO 09836-9997
AA DPO 34011-9997
AA DPO 34020-9997
AA DPO 34024-9997
AA DPO 34030-9997
AA DPO 34031-9997
AA DPO 34032-9997
AA DPO 34033-9997
AA DPO 34034-9997
AA DPO 34035-9997
AA DPO 34036-9997
AA DPO 34039-9997
AA DPO 34068-9997

Additionally, the USPS has received notifications from the postal services of Honduras and Nepal detailing service suspensions.

Empresa de Correos de Honduras has extended the suspension of postal services until May 28, 2020.

Nepal Post has extended the suspension of all postal services until June 2, 2020.

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