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.

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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: Cuba, Ecuador, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Myanmar, Panama, Turkmenistan, and Trinidad and Tobago.

Last update: 19/Oct, 19:40 (UTC)

Ongoing mail suspensions

Åland Islands (182) does not send mail to 182 countries:
Algeria (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Armenia (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Australia (58) does not send mail to 58 countries:
Austria (110) does not send mail to 110 countries:
Azerbaijan (197) does not send mail to 197 countries:
Bahrain (1) does not send mail to 1 country:
Barbados (242) does not send mail to 242 countries:
Belarus (118) does not send mail to 118 countries:
Belgium (108) does not send mail to 108 countries:
Bosnia-Herzegovina (185) does not send mail to 185 countries:
Brazil (180) does not send mail to 180 countries:
Bulgaria (107) does not send mail to 107 countries:
Canada (35) does not send mail to 35 countries:
Cayman Islands (237) does not send mail to 237 countries: