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USPS Releases Statement On How Riots Effected Their Bottom Line

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USPS Releases Statement On How Riots Effected Their Bottom Line

USPS Releases Statement On How Riots Effected Their Bottom Line

On June 8th, the USPS union issued a statement about how the riots and civil unrest from George Floyd's death effected them.

The reported their vehicles were ransacked and its mail carriers robbed.

A USPS spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider that two post offices were destroyed by fire in Minneapolis.

The USPS said The recent protests against police brutality have "resulted in minimal operational impact across the country." The COVID-19 pandemic hit USPS hard.

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