Postal Service may ‘never fully recover’ following coronavirus pandemic, USPS says

The United States Postal Service says the coronavirus pandemic may be its demise.

In a news release, USPS said this is a critical time for the life of the Postal Service. It says sales on postal products and services, which fund its operations, are plummeting due to COVID-19.

“The sudden drop in mail volumes, our most profitable revenue stream, is steep and may never fully recover,” USPS said in the release. “We now estimate that the COVID-19 pandemic will increase the Postal Service’s net operating loss by more than $22 billion dollars over the next eighteen months, and by over $54 billion dollars over the longer term, threatening our ability to operate.”

Postal Service employees accept, process, transport, and deliver vital mail and packages like medicine, products that sustain us, benefits checks, and important information, in every community, to every home.

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