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USPS Restores Mail Service to Four International Destinations

May 15th, 2020

Effective today, March 15, the USPS will resume service to four international destinations: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Estonia, Moldova, and Montenegro. Service to these destinations was initially suspended on April 24, 2020 due to lack of transportation as a result of coronavirus.

Additionally, the USPS will suspend international service to The British Virgin Islands effective immediately. With these updates, the list of USPS suspended international destinations now stands at 108:

AngolaGhanaPapua New Guinea
ArgentinaGrenadaParaguay
AzerbaijanGuinea BissauPeru
BahrainGuyanaRepublic of Congo
BeninHaitiRwanda
BermudaHondurasSamoa
BoliviaIraqSeychelles
BotswanaIvory CoastSierra Leone
BruneiJordanSint Maarten
Burkina FasoKenyaSolomon Islands
BurundiKiribatiSouth Africa
CambodiaKosovoSouth Sudan
CameroonKyrgyzstanSri Lanka
Cape VerdeLaosSudan
Cayman IslandsLebanonSuriname
ChadLesothoSwaziland (Eswatini)
ChileLiberiaTajikistan
ColombiaLibyaTanzania
Cook IslandsMadagascarTimor-Leste
Costa RicaMalawiTonga
CubaMaldivesTurkmenistan
CuracaoMauritaniaTurks & Caicos
Democratic Republic of the CongoMauritiusUganda
DominicaMongoliaUruguay
Dominican RepublicMozambiqueUzbekistan
EcuadorMyanmarVanuatu
EthiopiaNamibiaVenezuela
Faroe IslandNepalYemen
FijiNigeriaZambia
French PolynesiaPakistanZimbabwe
GambiaPanama
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