USPS Just Made This Major Change to Deliveries, Effective Immediately

From holiday gifts to at-home COVID tests, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has had a lot on its plate over the past few months.

But that hasn't quelled complaints about delivery delays. From Columbus, Ohio, to Greensboro, North Carolina, several communities across the nation

The Postal Service says that it has taken an average of nearly three days to deliver mail across the country since the start of Jan. 2022

But now, the agency has created a new initiative that is set to change some of its delivery options and timing for the better.

The Postal Service sent out a new statement on Feb. 22, announcing the agency had just launched a new delivery program called USPS Connect. According to the press release

The initiative is meant to help businesses manage the growing consumer demand for fast delivery and convenient returns.

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