Postal Service suspending services for national day of mourning

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTTC) – The United States Postal Service is suspending regular mail delivery and retail service on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

USPS is observing a national day of mourning to honor the nation’s 41st President, George H.W. Bush.

According to a news release Monday, USPS says it will provide limited package delivery service on Wednesday in an effort to avoid setbacks during the busy holiday season.

USPS will resume regular operations on Thursday, Dec. 6.

KTTC Staff

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