The storm ripped through Florida last week and halted delivery and transportation operations. Some areas still have service suspensions in place.
Carriers are continuing their work to restore service after Hurricane Ian ripped through Florida last week, halting delivery and transportation operations.
The hurricane made landfall in Florida on Wednesday, devastating the southwest portion of the state and killing at least 101 people, CNN reported. As the state shifts into recovery mode, the Port of Jacksonville resumed normal operations Saturday and parcel carriers UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service have been gradually resuming service in parts of the state affected by the storm.
The U.S. Postal Service listed 14 Florida facilities on its website Monday in which operations would be temporarily suspended until further notice. Alternate locations are provided for each facility.