Due to the impacts of COVID-19, packages traveling via Priority Mail and First Class Package Service may take an extra day to be delivered.
Effective April 17, 2020
Expected Delivery Changes for Priority Mail and First-Class Package Services
U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail products and First-Class packages may require more time to be delivered due to limited transportation availability as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) impacts to the United States.
The Postal Service’s flagship Priority Mail Express service, which guarantees overnight service, will not change.
Service commitments for local 1-day Priority Mail will not change.
Priority Mail’s two and three day service commitments now will be extended to three and four days respectively. Customers will continue to receive end-to-end visibility and improved product tracking, as well as up to $50 in free insurance.
With the extra day extension, customers should expect delivery using Priority Mail Open and Distribute (PMOD) to range from two to four days nationwide.
First-Class Package Service (FCPS) two and three day service commitments will also be extended to three and four days respectively.
Global Express Guaranteed Services also have been altered. For a full list of international and domestic updates, refer to usps.com.