St Peter Post Office closed until further notice

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St Peter Post Office closed until further notice

The St Peter Post Office, located in Speightstown, will close from tomorrow, Wednesday, April 7, until further notice.

This is to facilitate the sanitisation of the facility.

A statement from Barbados Government Information Service said customers are encouraged to use the services at any of the other post offices.


The Postmaster General apologises for any inconvenience this closure may cause. (BGIS)

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