DETROIT (FOX 2) – The coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on practically every aspect of our lives, so many believed it was only a matter of time before it hit our mailboxes.
The COVID-19 outbreak is causing delays in mail delivery and impacting several communities across southeast Michigan.
The United States Postal Service says some customers in zip codes beginning with 480-485 and zip codes beginning with 492 are receiving mail every other day as compared to the normal daily delivery.
Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties are expected to be impacted.
“It’s a minor a convenience but you know this COVID-19 virus is affecting everyone,” said Detroit resident Deon Hamilton.
USPS says they’re striving to “match the workload caused by the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.”