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International Postal Services Suspended

From Royal Mail:


"Coronavirus International delivery

Welcome to our international incident bulletin; a round up of any issues which may be affecting mail services to and from countries around the world.

We keep this information as up-to-date as possible, with information supplied to Royal Mail by the various foreign national postal authorities.


We are working with our airline and postal/courier partners across the globe to maintain services, however delays should be expected. Many countries have implemented special measure to combat the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19, especially for signature service to maintain social distancing.

The number of countries that we can access is changing daily. Most major export routes remain open, and we continue to accept and process mail, although customers may experience varying levels of delay.


There are significant delays to a number of countries right now due to a lack of available transport links and suspension of certain country’s postal operations. We strongly advise not to send items to destinations listed as ‘On suspension’ below."


USA UPDATE

Update: 2 June 2020
Mail and parcels are being moved around the USA and managed through many international mail centres across the country. This is outside of the normal operating procedures, and is so the United States Postal Service (USPS) can manage the very high volumes.

  • Los Angeles - is processing 50% more than they do in Christmas peak period, and are experiencing significant delays.
  • JFK (New York) & Miami - is up to date and processing normally.
  • San Fransisco - is handling heavy volumes and have moved international work to domestic mail centres outside of the normal International Mail Centres to cope with high volumes. Customers should expect delays.
  • Chicago - were experiencing a backlog and have now cleared their export mail and are up to date. However, they are now focusing on moving military freight and USPS are now redirecting flights to JFK for international items. This is currently resulting in an additional 7 – 10 days for items to sent via Chicago.

Customers should expect delays across the USA, some are significant as USPS continues to deal with heavy increases in volumes.


Last updated: 17 April 2020


Armenia - On Suspension
Botswana - On Suspension
British Virgin Islands - On Suspension
Chad - On Suspension
Cuba - On Suspension
Djibouti - On Suspension
Fiji - On Suspension
French Polynesia - On Suspension
Haiti - On Suspension
India - On Suspension
Kuwait - On Suspension
Lebanon - On Suspension
Malawi - On Suspension
Mali - On Suspension
Mauritania - On Suspension
Mauritius - On Suspension
Montenegro - On Suspension
Morocco - On Suspension
Nepal - On Suspension
Pakistan - On Suspension
Paraguay - On Suspension
Philippines - On Suspension
Rwanda - On Suspension
Samoa - On Suspension
South Africa - On Suspension
Sri Lanka - On Suspension
Taiwan - On Suspension
Tanzania (DAR) - On Suspension
Togo - On Suspension
Tunisia - On Suspension
Ukraine - Crimea & Sevastopol Regions - On Long-Term Suspension
Vanuatu - On Suspension
Venezuela - Long-term Suspension
Zimbabwe - On Suspension

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