Postal hours to be shortened for Pessah holiday

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVITCH
April 17, 2011 16:13

 
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Before and during the intermediate days of Pessah, Israel Postal Company services will function only partially. On Monday, the eve of Pessah, postal branches (including postal agencies run on a contractual basis) will be open until noon. On Wednesday and Thursday, the branches will be open straight until 2 p.m., while on Friday, they will function during regular hours between 8 a.m. and noon. On Sunday, the eve of the seventh day of Pessah, all branches will be closed, but postal agencies will be open until noon.

For more information, see the company’s website at www.israelpost.co.il.

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