Can I still send mail in the time of the pandemic? What is the standard mail delivery time? Because of the pandemic, I’m a little bit worried about the operation and delivery time of the mail.
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Can I still send mail in the time of the pandemic?
Yes, it is still possible to send and receive mail in this time of the pandemic.
Keeping postal services operational throughout the crisis is a top priority for most countries – though not all at full capacity. For the time being, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, and the United States have committed to maintaining normal operations, while other countries are scaling back to protect postal workers and the general public.
What is the standard mail delivery time?
The USPS processes Standard Mail, often known as bulk mail, on a time available basis. Unless a specific endorsement is used, standard mail is not forwarded or returned if it is undeliverable. Standard mail is usually delivered in less than 5 business days locally, but it could take up to 3 weeks nationwide. For time-sensitive mail, Standard Mail should not be used.