USPS temporarily drops guarantee on Priority Mail Express shipments to China and Hong Kong
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The U.S. Postal Service has temporarily stopped guaranteeing delivery times on Priority Mail Express shipments from the U.S. to China and Hong Kong due to delays caused by the Coronavirus outbreak.
The USPS, like other major carriers, is still accepting shipments bound for the countries, but is not guaranteeing when they will arrive.
The guarantee was removed as of Feb. 10, 2020.
Prior to the outbreak, most Priority Mail Express shipments to China and Hong Kong were guaranteed to arrive within a set number of days.