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Poste Italiane Suspends Mail Service to Areas Affected by Coronavirus

May 4th, 2023
Poste Italiane suspends mail service to areas affected by Coronavirus

Effective February 24, 2020, Poste Italiane has temporarily suspended mail service to areas affected by the recent coronavirus outbreak. For USPS deliveries destined to Italy, the USPS handles packages up to Italian customs, after which the package is handed over to Poste Italiane to handle delivery to the recipient. As such, the suspension will affect USPS mailpieces sent via Priority Mail Express International, Priority Mail International, First-Class Mail International, First-Class Package International Service, International Priority Airmail, International Surface Air Lift, and M-Bag.

The USPS will continue to accept mail destined to affected areas; however, this mail will be held by Poste Italiane until normal delivery is restored. Locations with temporarily suspended mail services include:

City Postal Code
Bertonico 26821
Brembio 26822
Casalpusterlengo 26841
Caselle Landi 26842
Castelgerundo 26844
Castelnuovo Bocca D’adda 26843
Castiglione D’adda 26823
Codogno 26845
Corno Giovine 26846
Cornovecchio 26842
Fombio 26861
Guardamiglio 26862
Livraga 26814
Maccatorna 26843
Maleo 26847
Meleti 26843
Orio Litta 26863
Ospedaletto Lodigiano 26864
San Fiorano 26848
San Rocco Al Porto 26865
Santo Stefano Lodigiano 26849
Secugnago 26826
Senna Lodigiana 26856
Somaglia 26867
Terranova Dei Passerini 26827
Turano Lodigiano 26828
Vo’ 35030

Update March, 16, 2020

Poste Italiane has resumed service nationwide, however, several temporary precautions have been taken:

  • All mail items will be deposited in mailboxes, with a notice signed by the mail carrier
  • If the recipient is not present or refuses to accept a delivery, the mail carrier will leave a notice of delivery and instructions for collection at a post office
  • Items rejected by the recipeint will be returned to sender
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