The Associated Press and South China Morning Post articles say the USPS accepts mail from China and Hong Kong but there is a delay in speed post.
The Associated Press states that the U.S. Postal Service had experienced significant difficulties in dispatching letters, parcels and express mail to China, including Hong Kong and Macau, because most of its supplier airlines had suspended their flights due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
The South China Morning Post has explained that on 12 February USPS displayed a banner on its website stating that it would be temporarily suspending the time guarantees on shipments destined for China and Hong Kong.
Also, the Sing Tao Daily news article of Hong Kong clarified stating that the US Postal Service still accepts mail sent to China, Hong Kong and Macao but due to the cancellation of a large number of flights the speed post would be delayed.
Therefore, the USPS would continue to accept items bound for China and Hong Kong but could temporarily not offer time guarantees on those shipments.
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