Coronavirus Update

Today, March 23, 2020, the USPS has announced additional mail disruptions for international postal services. USPS packages sent to these locations will be affected. For a full list of all international service disruptions visit the Coronvirus Updates Page.

MAURIPOST has suspended all inbound and outbound international mail service until further notice.

CTT Correios de Portugal has suspended international service to many destinations outside of Europe, as well as to some European destinations. Service will continue as transportation permits.

Sri Lanka
Department of Posts has suspended the processing and delivery of all international inbound and outbound letters and packages until sufficient transport and workforce capacity is available.

Bermuda Post Office has announced that due to the cancellation of all public transportation, including flights into Bermuda, major delays are expected.

Correios can no longer guarantee the service delivery standards including delivery times. Additionally, items that typically require signature on delivery will no longer be signed for.

Canada Post has announced that while the mailing and shipping network between USPS and Canada Post is operating smoothly, there may be delays due to future limitations to air network capacity.

Servicios Postales Nacionales S.A. 4-72 has advised that customers should expect delivery delays.

Hellenic Post (ELTA) has announced that it will only be able to maintain international services to and from a limited set of countries. Due to ongoing transportation limitations, international service capacity may change daily. Currently, letter mail and packages from the United States are being accepted.

Guyana Post Office Corporation has advised that customers should expect delays on all services until further notice.

Correos de Panamá has announced that all inbound and outbound international service is suspended until further notice. Additionally, domestic services are expected to see delays.

CTT 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.

Thailand Post has announced that international signature on delivery service will be optional for the time being. In cases where the recipients refuse to sign, the mail carrier will sign on the recipient’s behalf.

Tonga Post Ltd. has advised that it cannot guarantee delivery standards at this time. In the coming days, customers should expect delays to international mail.

Correo Uruguayo has advised that customers should expect delays.

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