Today, April 7, 2020, nine international postal services announced altered or suspended service due to the coronavirus pandemic. For more information about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting global postal networks, visit the Coronvirus Updates Page.

Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands Postal Service has extended the suspension of all postal operations until April 20, 2020. 

Cpost International N.V. has suspended inbound letter and parcel services until further notice. Delivery standards cannot currently be guaranteed for operational services.

French Polynesia
OPT PF – FARE RATA is currently unable to accept mail items until national and international flights have resumed.

Malawi Post Corporation has suspended al international mail service until further notice.

Mongol Post has advised that its international mail center will remain closed until May 1, 2020.

Nepal Post has advised that the country’s lockdown has been extended until April 15, 2020. These circumstances will impact delivery times—customers should expect delays.

Correios de Portugal has announced that international and domestic operations will continue to operate normally where possible. However, it will not be able to send items to international locations where transportation is not available. Additionally, delivery times, standard signature on delivery service, and tracking services cannot be guaranteed at this time.

Samoa Post has suspended all postal operations until further notice.

The Togo Postal Corporation has announced that it will only be able to carry out postal operations as far as it is possible to do so. The Togolese Government has declared a curfew and closed land borders, both of which will impact postal operations. At this time The Togo Postal Corporation cannot guarantee it’s delivery standards.

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