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USPS International Destination Suspensions April 2020

April 22nd, 2020

As of April 22, 2020, the USPS has suspended International Mail services to 111 destinations. As a temporary measure, the USPS will not accept mail addressed to these destinations. Stamps.com software will automatically notify customers when a destination is unable to receive USPS packages—so you don’t have to worry about printing postage for a mailpiece that can’t be sent.

For a full list of service disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic visit the Stamps.com Coronvirus Updates Page.

USPS International Destination Suspensions

AlgeriaGrenadaPhilippines
AngolaGuatemalaQatar
ArgentinaGuinea BissauRepublic of Congo
AzerbaijanGuyanaRwanda
BahamasHaitiSamoa
BahrainHondurasSaudi Arabia
BangladeshIndiaSenegal
BeninIraqSeychelles
BermudaKazakhstanSierra Leone
BoliviaKenyaSint Maarten
BotswanaKiribatiSolomon Islands
British Virgin IslandsKuwaitSouth Africa
BruneiKyrgyzstanSouth Sudan
Burkina FasoLaosSri Lanka
BurundiLebanonSudan
CambodiaLesothoSuriname
CameroonLiberiaSwaziland (Eswatini)
Cape VerdeLibyaTajikistan
Cayman IslandsMadagascarTanzania
ChadMalawiTimor-Leste
ChileMaldivesTonga
Cook IslandsMauritaniaTunisia
Costa RicaMauritiusTurkmenistan
CubaMongoliaTurks & Caicos
CuracaoMoroccoUganda
Democratic Republic of the CongoMozambiqueUnited Arab Emirates
Dominican RepublicNamibiaUruguay
EcuadorNepalUzbekistan
EgyptNigeriaVanuatu
EthiopiaOmanVenezuela
Faroe IslandPakistanYemen
FijiPanamaZambia
French PolynesiaPapua New GuineaZimbabwe
GambiaParaguay
GhanaPeru
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