Postal Monitor

The postal world can experience disruptions that prevent mail from traveling on some international routes. On this page you can find mail suspensions that we are aware of.

We depend on the help of our community to keep this information correct. If something is missing, wrong or outdated, please let us know so we can update it.

Effects of COVID-19

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, delays are to be expected. Note that this page only tracks suspended routes that are known to not accept letter-post items (eg: letters & postcards).

The following countries have suspended all their international inbound & outbound mail operations: Ecuador, El Salvador, Mauritania, Myanmar and Turkmenistan.

Last update: 28/Nov, 19:12 (UTC)

Ongoing mail suspensions

Åland Islands (181) does not send mail to 181 countries:
Algeria (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Armenia (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Aruba (247) does not send mail to 247 countries:
Australia (98) does not send mail to 98 countries:
Austria (109) does not send mail to 109 countries:
Azerbaijan (196) does not send mail to 196 countries:
Bahrain (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Barbados (242) does not send mail to 242 countries:
Belarus (129) does not send mail to 129 countries:
Belgium (87) does not send mail to 87 countries:
Bhutan (243) does not send mail to 243 countries:
Bosnia-Herzegovina (184) does not send mail to 184 countries: