Coronavirus guideline pamphlets that were sent to every American in March cost the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) $28 million.
USPS spokesman David Partenheimer said the cards also cost around $4.6 million to print, amounting to the total $28 million cost, he confirmed in response to documents obtained by USA Today.
The cards were sent out by the USPS to 138 million residential addresses beginning March 21, the report added.
The pamphlets featured safety information for Americans amid the coronavirus pandemic, including social distancing recommendations and cautions to avoid travels as well as gatherings of more than 10 people.