Postal offices change schedule for coming month of holiday

September 5, 2010 15:34


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Hours at the post office branches and agencies will be revised during the coming month due to the High Holidays, the Israel Postal Company announced on Sunday.

On Wednesday, the eve of Rosh Hashana this week, branches will be open according to the shortened Friday schedule. On the eve of Yom Kippur, Friday, September 17, all units will be closed.

However, units in the Arab sector will work as usual on that day and on Yom Kippur itself. On Succot eve, September 22, and the eve of Shmini Atzeret, September 29, postal offices will close at noon. During the intermediate days of Succot, offices will be open until 2 p.m. without a break.

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