United States Post Office suspends mail service on Dec. 5 for National Day of Mourning
December 5 has been declared a national holiday and that means there will be no mail delivery.
President Donald J. Trump proclaimed Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, as a National Day of Mourning in remembrance of former President George H.W. Bush.
The United States Post Office says it will suspend regular mail deliveries, retail services and administrative office activity out of respect for the 41st President and his vast contributions to our country.
The post office says it will provide limited package delivery service “to ensure that our network remains fluid and we do not experience any impacts to our package delivery operations that might negatively affect our customers or business partners during the remainder of our busy holiday season.”
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