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Post-Irma delays continue for the U.S. Postal Service

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Customers are advised that normal service operations in the path of the storm have been interrupted by unsafe conditions such as high winds, flooding, or impassable roads (Credit: USPS)

The U.S. Postal Service Gulf Atlantic District, which includes portions of northern Florida and southern Georgia, continues to temporarily adjust operations due to recent impacts of Hurricane Irma, according to a news release.

Customers are advised that normal service operations in the path of the storm have been interrupted by unsafe conditions such as high winds, flooding, or impassable roads.

A dedicated Emergency Operations team is directing efforts to carefully and thoughtfully make decisions about our operations in an abundance of caution and out of concern for the safety and wellness of employees and customers, the release said.

USPS officials say they will continue to temporarily adjust operations at some Post Offices in both Florida and Georgia.

The information below provides the latest details on specific dates and times of temporary service suspensions.

GEORGIA: Effective Sept. 8, all Post Offices, Stations, Branches, and Finance Units within this 3-Digit ZIP Code range have suspended retail and delivery operations until further notice:

ZIP Codes beginning with 304, 310, 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, and 398

As conditions improve, the Postal Service will provide additional information on restoration of service, including the delivery of mail and the reopening of Post Offices.

Postal officials apologized to customers for any inconvenience.

Customers may call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) for updated information.