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USPS Removes 8 Countries from Suspension List

September 23rd, 2020

The USPS has resumed services to eight countries that were previously suspended. Normal mail services have once again resumed to The Bahamas, Butan, Botswana, Cayman Islands, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa.

As of September 23, 2020, 37 counties remain on the USPS Suspension list. For more information visit the Stamps.com Coronavirus Shipping Page.

Additionally, the USPS has received updates from two international postal carriers regarding their response to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Canada: Canada Post has announced that the delivery procedure changes previously announced remain in effect. Additionally, Canada Post has restored the 15-day limit for customers to retrieve their parcels after receiving a card with instructions. Mail items will be returned to sender if they are not collected within 15 days.

El Salvador: Correos de El Salvador has advised that the closure of El Salvador International Airport has had a direct impact on inbound and outbound mail items. As a result, the processing and delivery of mail is subject to delays.

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