USPS Continuity of Operations Update

March 19, 2020 The Postal Service has developed localized continuity of operations plans that are employed in the case of emergencies to help ensure that the nation’s postal system continues to function for the American people. With a longstanding history of quickly adapting its operational plans to changing conditions, the Postal Service maintains steady communications with mailers during natural disasters or other events that require emergency responses and advises residential customers, business mailers, and international mailers with regard to postal facility disruptions that may impact delivery in an affected area via its USPS Service Alerts webpage at:

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We need to only be delivering first class mail and packages at this time. Only essential mail. No third class mail or circulars. We need to protect our employees and the public by limiting our contact with them in this time of crisis. It is imperative that our postmaster general act immediately in the best interest of her workforce and the public safety

Am a postal worker ( clerk ), we process all the mail. More standard and bulk then first class mail.

We need to be only delivering essential items such as medicine and first class. Plus we should get hazard pay