US Mail restarts Bermuda service
The United States Postal Service is to restart service to Bermuda from today, the US Consul General has announced.
Lee Rizzuto said: “Thank you to the United States Postal Service, Delta Air Lines and everyone involved in assisting with the resumption of US mail services to Bermuda.
“This has been a great inconvenience for many and I am pleased to announce a solution.”
International mail services have been disrupted since March because of safety regulations introduced to minimise the spread of Covid-19.
Flights have been suspended or operated on a reduced schedule.
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 items will all be available.
Mr Rizzutto said the USPS would continue to update customers on services until the situation returned to normal.
• For more information, visit the USPS International Service Alerts page at https://about.usps.com/newsroom/service-alerts/international/?utm_source=residential&utm_medium=link&utm_ campaign=res_to_intl
Teddy forecast to pass overnight on Sunday
Bermudian token disabled by SEC, $6m penalty
Poll gives PLP huge lead
Leaders under the microscope
Inquiry exposes Boeing failures over crash
Erectile dysfunction: you are not alone
Teddy: closures and cancellations
Bean open to forming coalition government
Police name fatal crash victim
Visitor on BA flight tests positive
Roban: start preparing now for Teddy
‘It’s a joy to do the things I love’
Jewel seeks digital-asset bank licence
Man injured in trailer accident
Take Our Poll