Mail services in the Anchorage area have resumed with all retail and delivery operations back to normal, officials with the Alaska U.S. Postal Service said in a press release on Monday.

There may be some visible cosmetic damage on the facilities resulting from the earthquake, but engineers have certified all of the buildings as safe for employees and customers, officials said in the statement. 

“We are ready to serve our customers through Peak Season,” Alaska District Manager Ron Haberman said. “All systems are go and our employees are eager to make this a holiday season to remember.”

According to the release, there was no delay in Santa mail after the quake.

"No quake can shake our service this time of year,” Haberman said.

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