USPS has the following changes to their service:
- USPS is using sea transportation instead of air transportation for shipments to certain countries. For more information, refer to Air to sea diversions in effect.
- USPS is offering refunds on shipments addressed to a country where shipping services are suspended. For more information, refer to USPS PostalPro's international refunds page.
- Some mail classes have extended their expected delivery times:
- Priority Mail two-day service is now 3 days.
- Priority Mail three-day service is now 4 days.
- Priority Mail Open and Distribute is now 2-4 days.
- First-Class Package Service two-day service is now 3 days.
- First-Class Package Service three-day service is now 4 days.
- Priority Mail's two-day and three-day services now include up to $50 USD in free insurance.
- Some USPS post offices are closed. For more information, refer to USPS Business mailers service disruptions.
- USPS is not shipping to certain countries. For more information, refer to USPS's international service disruptions.
- There are delays in USPS mail and package deliveries to and from certain countries.
- As of February 10, 2020, there is a temporary suspension of the guarantee on Priority Mail Express International destined for China and Hong Kong SAR China.
For more information about any USPS service disruptions to businesses, refer to USPS® Coronavirus Updates for Business Customers.
For more information about USPS's updated operations, refer to their changes to retail stores and changes to delivering shipments.
For more information on USPS's latest announcements, refer to USPS's official statements.