Coronavirus Update

Today, March 25, 2020, the Department of Defense has temporarily suspended military mail to select ZIP codes through April 15. Due to a lack of transportation, military mail service will not be available to the following ZIPs:

AE FPO 09204
AE FPO 09216
AE APO 09706

Additionally, the USPS has received communications from international postal services regarding new service interruptions. For a full list of all international service disruptions visit the Coronvirus Updates Page.

Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands Postal Service has suspended all postal operations from March 25, 2020 to April 6, 2020.

Société Tchadienne des Postes et de l’Epargne (STPE) has suspended all inbound and outbound international mail services.

Paositra Malagasy has temporarily suspended the delivery of all mail.

Samoa Post will be closed from Thursday, March 26, 2020 until further notice; no inbound or outbound mail will be processed during this period.

South Africa
South African Post Office Ltd. has suspended all inbound and outbound mail services. Normal services are set to resume on April 17, 2020.

Pos Indonesia has announced that guaranteed delivery standards and addressee signature on delivery of inbound items have been suspended.

United Arab Emirates Emirates
United Arab Emirates Emirates Post has advised that service delivery standards cannot currently be guaranteed. Customers should expect delays for the time being.

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