BOWLUS (AP) — A post office in central Minnesota is set to reopen after being temporarily shut down due to health and safety concerns from water damage and possible bacterial growth.

The U.S. Postal Service says the Bowlus Post Office will resume operations Wednesday.

The office was temporarily closed earlier this month and has been cleared to reopen.

The building had shown damage to the walls, ceiling, building materials and floor coverings.

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