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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

AzerbaijanLebanonSolomon Islands
BoliviaLiberiaSouth Sudan
BruneiLibyaSyria
CambodiaMadagascarTajikistan
ChadMauritiusTimor-Leste
CubaMongoliaTurkmenistan
EcuadorMyanmarTurks & Caicos
HondurasNigerUzbekistan
IraqPanamaVanuatu
JordanPapua New GuineaVenezuela
KiribatiRepublic of CongoYemen
KyrgyzstanSeychelles
LaosSierra Leone
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