Canada - 10-Feb
The Canadian Post announced it will temporarily suspend delivery to parts of Newfoundland and Labrador as winter storm conditions have made it unsafe. Service to parts of Nova Scotia and Yukon might suffer delays due to inclement weather as well.
Barbados - 02-Feb
Barbados’ post advises that the government is implementing new measures Feb. 3-17 to respond to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. As a result, some flights have been reduced or cancelled. This may lead to delays in both inbound and outbound mail.
South Africa - 18-Jan
South African Post Office advises that the government has extended a lockdown until Feb. 15. It will not be possible to meet delivery standards for all mail classes. A force majeure continues.
Canada - 27-Jan
Canada Post announced that due to an increase of confirmed COVID-19 cases resulting in staff shortages, one shift has been temporarily closed at their Gateway East processing plant. As a result, disruption to normal operations and reduced processing capacity and clearance within customs operations for both inbound and outbound mail items are to be expected.
South Korea - 05-Jan
South Korea’s post advises that several cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among the workforce of the Seoul office of exchange. As staff shortages are expected during the coming weeks, there will be delays in processing and delivery of all mail items.
Thailand - 28-Dec
Thailand’s post advises that the government has taken special measures to combat increasing COVID-19 cases, including a lockdown of Samut Sakhon province. There is limited access to affected areas and expect delays in handling and delivery for all types of international postal services.
All Services Temporarily Suspended Due to Covid-19 Outbreak - 10-Feb
Angola, Botswana, Brunei, Chad, Cuba, Curacao, Eritrea, Eswatini (Swaziland), French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Laos, Lesotho, Martinique, Mauritius, Reunion (Bourbon), Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Miquelon), Seychelles, St Marten, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Western Samoa, Yemen
Due to a carrier embargo, mail delivery to Haiti has been temporarily suspended. New volumes are currently buffered at Amsterdam Airport and will be shipped when a new route is found.
The suppliers have temporary stopped accepting mail to South Sudan. Mail will be held until this matter is resolved, hence delays are to be expected
25-Apr 2019: The U.S. Postal Service has restored mail service to Guatemala. This ends a temporary suspension of most mail services to the country that had been in effect.
5-Mar 2019: Guatemalan Post has advised they are resuming acceptance and processing of inbound letters and packages.
20-Feb 2018: Correos y Telégrafos is in its final phase to hire additional staff to help clear an ongoing backlog. As a result, international letter-post, parcel-post and EMS services (inbound/outbound) will continue to be disrupted for at least another 4 months. Correos y Telégrafos has asked the designated operators of other countries to hold back any mail destined for Guatemala until further notice.
11-Apr 2017: The USPS has temporarily suspended mail services to Guatemala until further notice. This will impact the following USPS services; PMEI, PMI, FCMI, FCPIS, IPA, and ISAL. For already deposited items, USPS will endorse them “Mail Service Suspended – Return to Sender” and then place them in the mail stream for return.
2-Nov 2017: Due to political developments in northern Iraq, the government has issued an embargo on flights into the region. It is expected that no deliveries will be possible until the situation is resolved.
Due to the current exceptional transportation circumstances in the Syrian Arab Republic, all mail and parcel deliveries have been suspended until further notice.
Due to current situations in the Yemen region, all mail services have been suspended until further notice.
The Ukrainian post office, Ukrposhta, has suspended all mail services to Crimea (postcodes 95000-98999), Sevastopol (postcodes 99000-99999), Donetsk and Luhansk Oblast regions until further notice.
Due to the unstable general safety in Somalia, there are no mail services available.