The United States Postal Service (USPS) has advised that operations in some areas have been disrupted after Hurricane Michael made landfall on 10 October 2018 in the Florida Panhandle. USPS is continuing to monitor the storm as it moves inland, and its top priority is the safety of its customers and employees. Some post offices have suspended operations, mainly in the areas with postal codes ranging from 32300 to 32499. Deliveries will also be affected.
Nigerian Postal Service has updated that the strike by labour unions has been called off, and operations have returned to normal.
Pos Indonesia has advised processing and delivery of all postal items to the following postal codes have been suspended: 941xx-942xx (Palu); 943xx (Donggala, Parigi and Moutong); and 915xx (Mamuju Utara). A 7.4-magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the country on 28 September 2018, devastating Palu, Donggala and Mamuju in the Central Sulawesi province. Most of the buildings and roads in the affected areas have suffered major damage, and are cut off from electricity, communication and fuel.
United States Postal Service (USPS) has updated that a flooding crisis remains after Hurricane Florence has passed. Operations are still suspended at many post offices in the Carolinas, and deliveries and other services have been affected. For more information, please refer to the USPS Service Alerts available at http://about.usps.com/news/service-alerts/welcome.htm (under “Residential customers”, click “Service disruption alerts”).
Nigerian Postal Service has advised that inbound and outbound international postal operations, as well as domestic deliveries, are affected by a labour union strike in Nigeria that began on 27 September 2018.