Post Office Returns To Normal Operating Hours

August 3, 2020 | 5 Comments

The Bermuda Post Office will be returning to normal working hours starting today [Aug 3].

A Government spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Post Office [BPO] today updated the public that all post offices will return to normal working hours starting today, 3 August.

“The General Post Office hours are 8.00am to 5.00pm and normal working hours for the sub post offices are 8.00am to 4.00pm. Perot Post Office will remain closed.

“The General Post Office Letter Floor will also reopen for service. Customers going to the General Post Office will be served on the Letter Floor and in Parcel Post.

“Physical distancing guidelines and other protocols are in place at all post office locations, in keeping with the Ministry of Health’s recommendations. Members of the public must have on a mask to enter post office buildings.”

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  1. Ringmaster says:

    If only normal hours also meant rapid delivery of mail, next day not next week, and a counter staff who aren’t so miserable and rude.

    • pat says:

      does anyone know when mail will start to be delivered from the United States? the United States Postal Service site is still showing no service to Bermuda and i understand mail is being returned to senders from the US sending to Bda….

  2. peter says:

    Never, if Trump has his way.

  3. Alafiyah says:

    At Last! Since March 12th my packages were stuck in Florida destined to Bermuda for 4 Months 23 days with NO update on Gov.Bm website for months. No emails answered, no phone calls answered. I understand COVID19, but really, what does that have to do with not updating your international mail info on the Gov or Post Office site for 3.5 months? I hope that BDA can do better.

  4. CHRIS says:

    I don’t know how we made it thru 2 wolrd wars and still got the mail delivered. the post office could have asked to piggy back off of the courier services, who were still delivering! i guess postal workers are more at risk then the courier workers or supermarket workers.

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