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Expected-delivery changes

USPS makes adjustments for some products

USPS will change Priority Mail’s two-day and three-day service commitments, among others, effective April 17.

USPS has adjusted service commitments for some products due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Effective April 17, Priority Mail’s two-day and three-day service commitments will be extended to three days and four days, respectively. Customers will continue to receive improved product tracking and as much as $50 in free insurance.

With the extra day extension, customers should expect delivery using the Priority Mail Open and Distribute service to range from two days to four days nationwide.

Priority Mail Express service, which guarantees overnight service, and one-day service commitments for Priority Mail will not change.

First-Class Package Service two-day and three-day service commitments will also be extended to three and four days, respectively.

Global Express Guaranteed services also have been altered.

The Postal Service said its goal is to continue to move packages as expeditiously as possible. The organization continually reviews its network capacity to provide the American public reliable, efficient and fast delivery service.

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