April 16, COVID-19 Update

On April 15, we received the following updates regarding changes in international mail services due to COVID-19. 


The Postal Service will temporarily suspend international mail acceptance to destinations where air and sea transportation is unavailable due to widespread cancellations and restrictions in the area. Countries added to this list today are in bold text:

  1. Angola
  2. Benin
  3. Bermuda
  4. Bolivia
  5. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  6. Botswana
  7. Burundi
  8. Cameroon
  9. Cape Verde
  10. Cayman Islands
  11. Chad
  12. Cook Islands
  13. Costa Rica
  14. Cuba
  15. Curacao
  16. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  17. Ecuador
  18. Fiji
  19. French Polynesia
  20. Gambia
  21. Guatemala
  22. Guinea Bissau
  23. Guyana
  24. Honduras
  25. India
  26. Kenya
  27. Kiribati
  28. Kuwait
  29. Kyrgyzstan
  30. Laos
  31. Lebanon
  32. Lesotho
  33. Libya
  34. Madagascar
  35. Malawi
  36. Maldives
  37. Mauritius
  38. Moldova
  39. Mongolia
  40. Mozambique
  41. Nepal
  42. New Caledonia
  43. New Guinea
  44. Oman
  45. Panama
  46. Papua New Guinea
  47. Paraguay
  48. Peru
  49. Republic of the Congo
  50. Rwanda
  51. Samoa
  52. Senegal
  53. Seychelles
  54. Solomon Islands
  55. South Africa
  56. South Sudan
  57. Sri Lanka
  58. Sudan
  59. Swaziland
  60. Tajikistan
  61. Tanzania
  62. Timor-Leste
  63. Tonga
  64. United Arab Emirates
  65. Uganda
  66. Uruguay
  67. Vanuatu
  68. Venezuela
  69. Zambia
  70. Yemen
  71. Zimbabwe

As always, we are available to discuss at your convenience. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns about these new developments.