UPDATED SEPTEMBER 21st 2020

We are working closely with our international shipping partners to monitor the status of all international deliveries. We will update the list below as any status changes are made.


Shipping into countries with "Expect Delays" as noted below means there are limited flights into your country and/ or we have to re-route through other countries to get your package to you. Our expediter will hold orders in their facility and send them when they can. This means that your parcel may be “stuck” in Los Angeles for a period of time as noted below in the "Estimated Delays" column.


As of April 30th we will not ship "Service Suspended" orders out of our facility. While our expediter will hold your order and ship it when they can we have decided holding them here at CastleMania is the same as our expediter holding it, but gives you the option to change your mind an cancel your order if the delays persist.


 

CountryDelivery StatusEstimated DelaysDaily Updates/CommentsDate Updated
AfghanistanExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
AlbaniaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
AlgeriaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
AndorraExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
AngolaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
AnguillaExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Antigua and BarbudaExpect Delays
Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
ArgentinaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 24, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
ArmeniaExpect Delays10+ days Armenia’s post advises customers to expect serious delays in processing of inbound and outbound mail until further notice due to suspension of flights resulting from the outbreak and spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Impacts on operations will affect quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail. Therefore a situation of force majeure is declared and for safety reasons, delivery may be conducted via methods that restrict direct contact. For mail items requiring signature on delivery, the addressee’s signature may be replaced by the postal employee’s signature, together with the delivery code, in the signature field.9/18/2020
ArubaExpect Delays
Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
AustraliaExpect Delays13 + days Over the last three weeks, Australia Post has experienced a significant increase in demand as Victorians have increased their online buying due to stage 4 lockdowns. So much so, that our parcel volumes in Victoria for August are up approximately 150% year-on-year compared to the national average of 90%. At the same time, our business has been required to make additional adjustments in our processing and deliveries workforce to comply with the State Government's COVID safe restrictions. 9/18/2020
AustriaExpect Delays12+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. Currently the delivery partner is not able to deliver to the following postcodes, due to them being on enforced government lockdown 6580, 6552, 6553, 6555, 6551, 6561, 6562, 6563, 98449/18/2020
AzerbaijanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
BahamasExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BahrainExpect Delays
Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BangladeshExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 10, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
BarbadosExpect Delays
Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BelarusExpect Delays10+ days Belarus’ post advises it is currently unable to send mail to a number of countries due to suspension of flights and various measures taken by other nations. Additionally, it can no longer guarantee service delivery standards with designated operators and any interested parties. Customers should expect major impacts on quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail. As far as possible, international and domestic operations will be continued on a regular basis.9/18/2020
BelgiumExpect Delays18+ days Belgium’s designated operator, bpost, advises that it is now able to send letter-post and parcel-post items, effective May 12, 2020 onwards, to the following additional destinations: Brazil, Canada, China (People's Rep.), the Russian Federation and the United States of America. The full list of destination countries is liable to change every day and is available at news.bpost.be/en-corona. Currently, bpost cannot accept letter-post or parcel-post items for destinations to which there is no transport capacity. Owing to limited capacity, bpost is still not able to guarantee delivery standards. Under these circumstances, the force majeure situation previously announced continues9/18/2020
BelizeExpect Delays10+ days Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
BeninExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
BermudaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BhutanExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BoliviaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
BonaireExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Bosnia - HerzegovinaExpect Delays11+ days Effective May 15, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
BotswanaExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
BrazilExpect Delays21+ days There may be a severe impact on service quality for international inbound and outbound services. Correios can no longer guarantee the service delivery standards (including delivery times and other quality parameters) applicable under UPU provisions and related bilateral and multilateral agreements with designated operators and any interested third parties.      Pursuant to its commitment to preserving the health and safety of the population and its employees, Correios will be making changes to its delivery procedures to help contain the spread of the virus. Until further notice, letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items requiring signature on delivery will no longer be signed for at the moment of handover to the recipient. The state of Santa Catarina (SC) will have an added 5 days for delivery due to transport restrictions.9/18/2020
British Indian Ocean TerritoryExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
British Virgin IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Effective June 26, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
Brunei DarussalamService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
BulgariaExpect Delays10+ days Customers should expect delays for all inbound and outbound mail until further notice. Bulgarian Posts can no longer guarantee service delivery standards and is invoking force majeure and analogous provisions to any such standards. 9/18/2020
Burkina FasoExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
BurundiExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
CambodiaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
CameroonExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
CanadaExpect Delays6+ days The suspension of our service guarantees remains in effect as well, including Date Specific for Neighborhood Mail (NM). We continue to see some delays in the order of approximately 2 days with regards to oversized Lettermail processed in Gateway. Across the network we are seeing some minor delays related to NM but nothing significant at this time. All machined mail such as Lettermail, Personalized Mail and Postal Code Targeting mail continue to process well but may experience some delays.9/18/2020
Canary IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Cape VerdeExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
CaymanExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Central African RepublicExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
ChadService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
ChileExpect Delays10+ days Alternative routings 9/18/2020
ChinaExpect Delays10 + days Priority Mail Express International guarantee suspended — Due to airline travel restrictions and cancellations, the U.S. Postal Service has temporarily suspended the guarantee on Priority Mail Express International destined to China. This suspension will be in effect until further notice. The Postal Service is taking all reasonable measures to minimize impact to our customers.9/18/2020
Christmas IslandExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Cocos IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
ColombiaExpect Delays10+ days Colombia’s post advises that the government has extended an isolation period until July 1. However, as an essential service, the post is currently exempt from restrictions and will continue to provide domestic and international services. Previously communicated measures affecting operations will remain in place and continue to cause significant delays to all inbound and outbound international mail. Due to continuation of force majeure, cancellation of international flights, closure of borders and internal measures taken by other countries and their designated operators, the post is currently unable to send mail to various countries. 9/18/2020
Comoros IslandsExpect Delays10+ days The Société Nationale des Postes et Services Financiers (SNPSF) is again able to accept all categories of outbound postal items (letter post, parcel post and EMS) to all destinations, now that commercial flights to the Comoros have resumed. Flights are now being operated by Kenya Airways, Air Tanzania, Ethiopian Airlines and Air Madagascar. Moreover, the SNPSF is continuing to accept incoming items in all categories and is able to deliver them without any restrictions. Additionally, it asks designated operators that have direct exchanges with the Comoros to take all necessary steps to receive and process its dispatches from Sept. 15, 2020 onwards, in accordance with the partnership agreements in place.9/18/2020
Congo - Republic OfService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
Congo - The Democratic Republic OfExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Cook IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Effective September 11, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail 9/18/2020
Costa RicaExpect Delays
Effective August 14, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Cote DivoireExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
CroatiaExpect Delays10+ days A special process for postal items subject to signature upon delivery has been introduced as from Wednesday, 18 March 2020.     For registered or insured items, parcels and EMS items, the item will be placed in the addressee’s mailbox or deposited at the front door of their house or flat. In the signature field, the postman will enter "C-19" to indicate that the item has been delivered without the recipient's signature.9/18/2020
CuracaoExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
CyprusExpect Delays5+ days Cyprus Post has advised that significant delays are to be expected in the delivery of all inbound letter-post, parcel-post and Express Mail Service (EMS) items. Postal items that would ordinarily require written proof of delivery may, with the addressee’s consent, be deposited in the addressee’s mailbox or in a secure location on the addressee’s premises, with signature by the mail carrier.9/18/2020
Czech RepublicExpect Delays10+ daysCzech Republic’s post advises that acceptance of mail for some countries remains temporarily suspended due to the transport situation and continuing lockdown in destination countries. Due to cancellation and postponement of flights, processing of outbound items may be subject to significant delays. In addition, because of social distancing rules, delays may occur in processing and delivery of all types inbound and domestic mail items. Previously communicated restrictions regarding service standards and application of force majeure remain in place. 9/18/2020
DenmarkExpect Delays25+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. Post Danmark (PostNord Denmark) has suspended signature on delivery for inbound items. Delivery will be conducted via methods that limit human contact, with immediate effect.9/18/2020
DjiboutiExpect Delays10+ days Djibouti’s post advises that the government provisionally plans to reopen airports and allow resumption of passenger flights effective Sept. 1. Specific cargo flights are designated for sending mail to the country. The post also is modifying mail delivery procedures. A signature is no longer required upon delivery and items normally requiring a signature will be delivered using methods that minimize direct contact. These measures are aimed at reducing spread of COVID-19 and protecting staff and customers.9/18/2020
DominicaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Dominican RepublicExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
EcuadorService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
EgyptExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
El SalvadorExpect Delays10+ days El Salvador’s post advises that while postal services have partially resumed, it is operating with a reduced workforce and on a unique schedule due to public transport restrictions. Inbound and outbound commercial flights remain suspended. Postal cargo received from cargo flights is transferred to the international mail processing center on alternate days. All international departure services are suspended until normal commercial flight operations have resumed.9/18/2020
Equatorial GuineaExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
EritreaExpect Delays10+ days Suspension of Global Express Guaranteed Service9/18/2020
EstoniaExpect Delays14+ days Estonian Post advises the government ended a state of emergency May 17 and all postal services have resumed. All inbound items will be delivered as follows: delivery standards will be met as agreed, registered letters will be delivered to the addressee with collection of the addressee’s signature, and all courier shipments requiring a signature will be delivered to the addressee and a photo taken of the address card signed by the addressee.9/18/2020
EthiopiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
Faeroe IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
FijiExpect Delays10+ days Effective September 4, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
FinlandExpect Delays13+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. Finland's post is declaring a situation of force majeure and suspending acceptance of mail items destined for all other countries until sufficient transport capacity becomes available. Transit mail cannot be accepted to any destination country unless subject to a bilateral agreement.9/18/2020
FranceExpect Delays22+ days La Poste advises that transitional measures designed to lift a state of sanitary emergency will begin July 11 (except for French Guiana and Mayotte). The government will be implementing various measures to combat spread of COVID-19. The post reports all activities are gradually resuming across its postal network (except French Guiana and Mayotte). Parcels up to 30 kg can now be processed, subject to the longest dimension not exceeding 1 m and/or the three dimensions combined not exceeding 1.5 m (i.e. L+W+H  must be less than 1.50 m). All post offices will be open to the public during July and August. However, compliance with delivery standards and times still cannot be guaranteed and earlier restrictions to service standards will continue to apply. The processing and delivery of mail may still be subject to delays throughout the country and the situation of force majeure will remain in force until September 30. 9/18/2020
French GuianaExpect Delays10+ days Effective September 4th, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
French PolynesiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
French Southern TerritoriesExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
GabonExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
GambiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
GeorgiaExpect Delays10+ days Georgian Post has advised that the Government of Georgia has extended the measures aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 until May 22, 2020. The declaration of force majeure therefore remains in effect and unchanged. Customers should expect delays for inbound and outbound letter-post, parcel post and EMS items.9/18/2020
GermanyExpect Delays17+ days Deutsche Post has updated that in addition to the measures already communicated, it has implemented supplementary measures to reduce direct interaction with customers. Inbound items requiring a payment will be immediately directed to a postal outlet for collection. 9/18/2020
GhanaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
GibraltarExpect Delays17+ days Delays being reported by USPS. 9/18/2020
GreeceExpect Delays14+ days Hellenic Post faces major difficulties in mail collection and delivery.9/18/2020
GreenlandExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
GrenadaExpect Delays10+ days Grenada’s post has resumed full business operations. It is now able to receive and send mail regionally and worldwide. However, some regional airports are still closed, which may affect mail delivery.9/18/2020
GuadeloupeExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
GuatemalaExpect Delays
Effective August 14, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
GuernseyExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
GuineaExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Guinea BissauExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
GuyanaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
HaitiExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Heard IslandExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
HondurasService Suspended
Honducor advises that postal service across the entire postal supply chain remain suspended in accordance with the government lockdown of the entire territory of Honduras until June 28, 2020, or a later date to be communicated in due course (from admission of international mail at land and sea ‎borders, and at Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in San Pedro Sula and Toncontin Airport in Tegucigalpa). It therefore asks countries that normally send their mail to Honduras by air cargo or commercial flights not to do so for the time being; otherwise the mails will need to be stored in customs warehouses, generating significant extra costs. An exception may be made for humanitarian aid, which Honducor is able to process with the knowledge and prior authorization of the Honduran Government.9/18/2020
Hong KongExpect Delays9+ days Hongkong Post advises that the measures taken to limit the spread of COVID-19 have been lifted and the force majeure situation previously announced is closed as of Sept. 15, 2020.9/18/2020
HungaryExpect Delays12+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available.9/18/2020
IcelandExpect Delays6+ days The designated operator of Iceland, Iceland Post, asks us to inform other Union member countries and their designated operators that it has suspended signature on delivery for inbound items as of 19 March 2020. Delivery will be conducted via methods that limit direct contact.9/18/2020
IndiaExpect Delays10+ days India Post advises that the lockdown resulting from the COVID-19 crisis has been extended, but with certain relaxations. The availability of the air, rail and road network remains limited. However, a few cargo and evacuation flights are operating and are being used to dispatch outbound EMS items and tracked small packets to certain countries. India Post continues to accept inbound international mail items. However, owing to limited domestic transport capacity, it still cannot guarantee to meet declared or otherwise agreed service delivery standards (including delivery time and other quality parameters).9/18/2020
IndonesiaExpect Delays19+ days Indonesia’s post advises that operations have been partially restored, subject to COVID-19 social distancing measures. Due to insufficient international transport capacity, the post is accepting outbound international mail items for a limited number of destinations. The international mail processing center is handling incoming international dispatches. However, distribution to remote customs and delivery offices is still subject to delays. The post is still unable to guarantee quality of service and delivery standards and the case of force majeure already invoked remains in force. Signature on delivery remains suspended but tracked confirmation of deliveries will be provided through scans for products that allow tracking.9/18/2020
IraqExpect Delays10+ days Iraqi Post is resuming postal operations and will accept inbound mail effective June 15, 2020, onwards.9/18/2020
IrelandExpect Delays19+ days An Post, has advised that owing to the cancellation of numerous international flights, it is currently limited in its ability to send outbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) to some countries and ceasing to accept mail destined for those countries until further notice. Details of these destinations can be found at https://www.anpost.com/Coronavirus/Mails-Parcels-services. As of April 15, An Post is sending only letters, large envelopes and packets to the United States; no parcels.9/18/2020
Isle Of ManExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
IsraelExpect Delays12+ days Israel’s post advises there are delays in the procession and delivery of all types of mail due to government measures to combat COVID-19, including temporary closures of certain areas and postal facilities. The post emphasizes the need for addressees' mobile phone numbers to be displayed on items so that customers can be contacted by text to improve the delivery process. Although some airlines have resumed flights to and from Israel, there still could be delays in mail processing due to cancellation and reduction of flights. Restrictions previously set out regarding service standards and application of force majeure remain in place.9/18/2020
ItalyExpect Delays25+ days Italy’s post advises that as part of government measures aimed at preventing money laundering, a number of limitations in the use of cash are to be gradually introduced in the country and concern postal services, specifically, customs duties and cash-on-delivery service for both letters and parcels. Effective July 1, the maximum amount able to be transferred in cash between two parties is being reduced from 2,999 to 1,999 EUR. 9/18/2020
JamaicaExpect Delays10+ days Jamaica Post advises it will curtail its operations due to a national curfew, effective Aug. 22 to Sept. 2. Work hours have been revised across the postal network, affecting sorting operations, mail delivery and other operations. The force majeure situation continues to apply, with an impact on quality of service for all types of mail, including inbound and outbound letters, parcels and express mail service items.9/18/2020
JapanExpect Delays11+ days Japan Post has resumed outbound international postal services for certain destinations. However, the acceptance of mail destined for many countries and territories remains suspended, in cases where the designated operators concerned are still not accepting inbound international postal items, or reduced or cancelled flights to and from Japan result in insufficient transport capacity. Japan Post regularly updates the list of countries and territories for which acceptance of mail is suspended. Detailed information is provided on the Japan Post website at www.post.japanpost.jp/int/information/overview_en.html.9/18/2020
JerseyExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
JordanExpect Delays10+ days USPS has suspended services due to Unavailability of Transportation. However, alternative services are available with delays expected. 9/18/2020
KazakhstanExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
KenyaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
KiribatiService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
Korea (South)Expect Delays 7+ days Korea Post advises that it has suspended processing of all outbound mail to the following additional countries until further notice due to the suspension of flights resulting from the outbreak and rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19): Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Hawaii (United States of America), Iceland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Qatar, Turkey, Uganda and Zambia has been suspended from until further notice owing to the suspension of flights resulting from the outbreak and rapid spread of COVID-19. The current situation will also have repercussions in terms of quality of service for all types of inward and outward mail as Korea Post will no longer be able to guarantee quality of service standards. Therefore, a situation of force majeure is invoked for all types of postal services in relation to the suspension of outbound mail to the above-mentioned countries until the situation has returned to normal.9/18/2020
KuwaitExpect Delays10+ days Kuwait Post advises that all postal services will return to normal effective June, 21 2020.9/18/2020
KyrgyzstanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
LaosService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
LatviaExpect Delays10+ days Latvia’s post advises that the government lifted a state of emergency effective June 10. Some of the restrictions that were in place to prevent spread of COVID-19 have been relaxed and the situation is gradually returning to normal. However, for international mail, due to cancellation of flights, processing of postal items may still be subject to significant delays. The post is continuing to accept outbound postal items destined for all countries and is sending them via alternative routes as required. Restrictions set out in previous alerts continue to apply, and the force majeure situation remains in force.9/18/2020
LebanonExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
LesothoService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
LiberiaExpect Delays10+ days USPS has suspended services due to Unavailability of Transportation. However, alternative services are available with delays expected. 9/18/2020
LibyaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
LiechtensteinOn Schedule
Liechtenstein’s post advises that postal services have resumed as normal. 9/18/2020
LithuaniaExpect Delays18+ days Lithuania Post advises that the government has lifted the quarantine regime, however, measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 may still result in staff shortages or temporary suspension of the work of some post offices. Lithuania Post will continue to provide services according to safety guidelines, but all letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items requiring signature on delivery will be delivered to the addressees directly, and addressee signatures will be collected (except in cases where the addressee is isolating). Operational conditions remain difficult (with cancellation of international flights, etc.), and this may also cause delays. Accordingly, the usual service delivery standards still cannot be guaranteed, and the force majeure situation remains in force.9/18/2020
LuxembourgExpect Delays18+ days Post Luxembourg advises international and domestic operations will continue as normal insofar as possible. However, several measures have been implemented to ensure safety of both customers and staff. In general, post offices will remain open (with some exceptions) but will be closed on Saturdays.9/18/2020
MacauExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
MacedoniaExpect Delays10+ days Post advises customers to expect a major impact on operations and quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail until the end of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For this reason, service delivery standards cannot be guaranteed, and a force majeure clause regarding quality of service is being invoked until the situation returns to normal.9/18/2020
MadagascarService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
MalawiExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
MalaysiaExpect Delays11+ days Delays are expected in processing, transportation and delivery of both incoming and outgoing international shipments of letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items, owing to suspension of services, cancellation of flights, shutdown of airports and implementation of preventative measures9/18/2020
MaldivesExpect Delays10+ days Maldives Post advises that while operations have been partially restored, certain restrictions remain. Acceptance of international mail for any destination remains suspended due to suspension of flights. Customers should expect severe delays for all outbound airmail until sufficient transport capacity becomes available. Additionally, the international mail processing center is operating with a limited workforce. Consequently, quality of service and delivery standards cannot be guaranteed and the case of force majeure remains in force. The disruption is expected to continue until the epidemic is over. Signature on delivery remains suspended, however, tracked confirmation of deliveries will be provided via the usual tracking event scans for products that allow tracking.9/18/2020
MaliExpect Delays10+ days Suspended all commercial flights (other than cargo flights) from affected countries, which will affect postal services.9/18/2020
MaltaExpect Delays10+ days MaltaPost advises that it has resumed collection of signatures on delivery for all mail requiring it. Confirmation of deliveries will be provided through event scans for products that allow tracking. Delays for both inbound and outbound mail remain, especially at the international mail processing center, due to cancellation of international flights. This disruption is expected to continue until airlines resume normal operations and sufficient transport capacity becomes available. Consequently, the post is still unable to guarantee quality of service and delivery standards for letters, parcels and express mail service items. The case of force majeure already invoked remains in force. Additionally, delays can occur in processing and delivery of all types of domestic and international items due to social distancing rules among staff and between staff and customers.9/18/2020
MartiniqueExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
MauritaniaExpect Delays10+ days Effective September 4, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
MauritiusService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
MexicoExpect Delays10+ days Owing to the cancellation of international flights from Mexico to South America and to other continents, including Africa, Asia and Europe, it is facing significant disruption to its operations. This disruption will have a direct impact on quality of service in relation to both inbound and outbound mail.  Consequently, Mexico is declaring a situation of force majeure in relation to all international consignments (letter-post, parcel post and EMS items) as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on services worldwide.  Until further notice, only services to Canada and the United States of America will be maintained. Last mile delivery is delayed due to hygiene measures. Government is still evaluating measures to be taken.9/18/2020
MoldovaExpect Delays10+ days Moldova’s post advises that all postal services have resumed and it is now able to process and deliver inbound and outbound mail. This includes outbound services to the United States.9/18/2020
MonacoExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
MongoliaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
MontenegroExpect Delays7+ days Effective May 15, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
MontserratExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
MoroccoExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
MozambiqueExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
MyanmarExpect Delays10+ days USPS has suspended services due to Unavailability of Transportation. However, alternative services are available with delays expected. 9/18/2020
NamibiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
NauruExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
NepalExpect Delays10+ days Nepal Post advises that the government has extended a partial nationwide lockdown, including suspension of incoming international flights, until July 22. As previously announced, some domestic postal services resumed June 15. The measures implemented to combat the COVID-19 pandemic have had an impact on collection, transmission and delivery of mail, and on postal services in general. 9/18/2020
NetherlandsExpect Delays14+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. PostNL has advised that effective March 16, 2020 alternative proofs of delivery were implemented for all international inbound items that would normally require a signature. Alternatives include: signature of the delivery person, the last three digits of the addressee’s identification card, or simply a proof of delivery scan event. This temporary measure will be effective until further notice.9/18/2020
Netherlands AntillesExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
New CaledoniaExpect Delays10+ daysEffective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
New ZealandExpect Delays6+ days Delivery changes: NZPost has eliminated use for scanners. Over the counter services have been discontinued with effect from 25 March. 9/18/2020
NicaraguaExpect Delays10+ days Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
NigerService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
NigeriaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 17, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following country. 9/18/2020
NorfolkExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
NorwayExpect Delays22+ days All Domestic and international shipments that are supposed to travel by CAL in Norway, will suffer delays due to high cancellation rates of flights. There will also be delays in PU and DEL due to restrictions set by the government. We are expecting partial impact to Pre-12 deliveries, B2B and B2C deliveries.9/18/2020
OmanExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 10, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
PakistanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
PalestineExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
PanamaService Suspended
Panama’s post advises it is currently unable to send or receive any category of mail to or from any country due to suspension of airline transport operations as part of measures to limit spread of COVID-19. There will be delays in the arrival of mail to Panama and, accordingly, delays in its delivery to recipients. Therefore, a situation of force majeure is declared and will no longer accept outbound or inbound mail, or mail for transit to other destinations, until such time as airlines resume normal service.9/18/2020
Papua New GuineaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
ParaguayExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 24, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
PeruExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 24, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
PhilippinesExpect Delays10+ days Philippine Postal Corporation has advised that the period of community quarantine has been extended through August 31, 2020 for various areas. However, all post offices remain open and the international mail processing centers continue to operate with a skeleton workforce. Consequently, delays are expected in the processing and delivery of all inbound international postal items. 9/18/2020
PitcairnExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
PolandExpect Delays 25+ days Poland’s post advises that updated measures aimed at slowing spread of COVID-19 have been implemented in the country. These steps will continue to affect services and impact procedures for collecting signatures for registered mail, insured parcels and other items. These measures and administrative or other decisions that may exclude particular areas from mail delivery will affect operations and service quality. In addition, international air traffic is open but operations are limited to several airlines at the international airport in Warsaw. Poland is accepting mail for the United States and a number of other countries.9/18/2020
PortugalExpect Delays25+ days CTT Correios de Portugal has advised that the Portuguese Government has extended the measures aimed at combating the spread of COVID-19 until May 2, 2020. This includes changes for items that require signature on delivery and declaration of force majeure. Mailers should expect delivery delays9/18/2020
QatarExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
ReunionExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
RomaniaExpect Delays10+ days Romania’s post advises that additional measures are being taken in response to spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19. The post is currently unable to send letter and parcels to an increasing number of countries both within and outside the European Union due to the suspension of flights. Therefore, it is no longer accepting letters and parcels for destinations to which transport capacities are unavailable. In addition, it is unable to send outbound express mail service items and will no longer accept such items until sufficient transport capacity becomes available. Open transit mails cannot be accepted for any destination country.9/18/2020
RussiaExpect Delays19+ days Russian Post has advised that, owing to the measures taken by the Russian government to limit the spread of COVID-19, air connections between the Russian Federation and other countries have been significantly reduced, thus resulting in continued service delays.9/18/2020
RwandaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
SamoaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 14, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
San MarinoExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Sao Tome and PrincipeExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
Saudi ArabiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective June 26, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
SenegalExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 10, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
SerbiaExpect Delays8+ days Public Enterprise Post of Serbia has made organizational changes regarding the acceptance, processing and delivery of all inbound and outbound mail products (letter-post, parcel post and EMS items), and the changes made will affect domestic and international quality of service.  For this reason, Public Enterprise Post of Serbia cannot guarantee service delivery standards during the current state of force majeure, and will be able to do so only once the situation has returned to normal.9/18/2020
SeychellesExpect Delays10+ days USPS has suspended services due to Unavailability of Transportation. However, alternative services are available with delays expected. 9/18/2020
Sierra LeoneService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
SingaporeExpect Delays9+ days Singapore Post is unable to accept open or closed transit mails of any kind for any destination until further notice.9/18/2020
Sint MaartenService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
SlovakiaExpect Delays9+ days Suspended the collection of a signature on delivery for inbound registered letter-post items. These are now placed in the addressee’s mailbox with no personal contact with the addressee, and the details are recorded in delivery books. Items that do not fit in the mailbox, or those with an unsuccessful delivery attempt, will be stored at the delivery post office for an extended period (32 days in total). A notification, including instructions, will be placed in the mailbox. The same applies to ordinary mail, including small packages. The exception are inbound registered letter-post items with value-added services, such as delivery in person, written proof of delivery, the cash-on-delivery service or other additional payments. etc. In such cases, deliveries have been suspended, and only a notification that the item is available at the post office will be provided (physical notification in the mailbox, or electronic notification by e-mail or SMS).   9/18/2020
SloveniaExpect Delays20+ days Pošta Slovenije has advised that significant delays are to be expected for all inbound and outbound letter post, parcel post and EMS items until the end of the epidemic. Pošta Slovenije has ceased to accept all EMS items, with effect from 17 March 2020. It will continue to accept letter-post and parcel-post items only for those destinations for which transport capacity remains available.9/18/2020
Solomon IslandsService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
South AfricaExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
South GeorgiaExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
SpainExpect Delays20+ days Spain’s post advises that as a result of improvements in transport capacity and the resumption of flights from and to Spain, the list of destinations for which it is able to accept mail has been further expanded. The post is now able to send mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) to the majority of countries with which routes are open. However, in the absence of transport links, Spain’s post still cannot accept mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) for a number of destinations (countries and territories). The post does not accept letter-post or parcel-post items for destinations to which no transport capacity is available. Therefore, the force majeure situation previously declared remains in force. This will continue to have a major impact on operations and, consequently, Spain’s post remains unable, until further notice, to guarantee quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items).9/18/2020
Sri LankaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
SurinameService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
SvarlbardExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
SwazilandExpect Delays
Effective September 18, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
SwedenExpect Delays25+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. Sweden Post has suspended signature on delivery for inbound items, with the exception of items that are delivered through a retail outlet. Delivery will be conducted via methods that limit human contact, with immediate effect.9/18/2020
SwitzerlandExpect Delays22+ days The Postal Service will utilize sea transportation to address the issue of limited air transportation resulting from widespread flight cancellations and restrictions due to COVID-19. This option will remain in effect until sufficient air transportation capacity becomes available. With effect from 16 March 2020, letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items requiring signature on delivery will not be signed for by the recipient, for health and safety reasons. For such items, in place of the recipient’s signature, the delivery agent will enter a code in the signature field of the handheld device. This temporary measure will apply from 16 March 2020 until further notice. As a result, Swiss Post is no longer able to guarantee inbound and outbound mail standards, and is therefore invoking a situation of force majeure with regard to quality of service and remuneration for all categories of mail item (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) until further notice.9/18/2020
Syria Service Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
TaiwanExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
TajikistanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
TanzaniaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
ThailandExpect Delays6+ days Thailand Post advises that the government has begun lifting restrictions due to COVID-19 and the situation is gradually returning to normal. Thailand Post is now able to send mail to many destinations but delays are to be expected. The list of available outbound destinations can be found at www.thailandpost.co.th//un/article_detail/article/11/17151. The post is accepting inbound mail as usual and making deliveries in compliance with government-mandated measures to prevent spread of the coronavirus. However, impacts to transit services remain. 9/18/2020
Timor-LesteService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
TogoExpect Delays10+ days Togo’s post advises that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, various government measures will impact collection, transmission and delivery of mail. Commercial flights to and from most other countries have been suspended in addition to movement restrictions, curfews and closed land borders. Consequently, the post will no longer be able to fulfil its obligations in terms of mail processing standards, or guarantee quality of service for mail items, until the situation returns to normal. It is therefore declaring a case of force majeure for all categories of inbound and outbound mail although it will carry on providing postal services as possible. 9/18/2020
TokelauExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
TongaExpect Delays10+ days Effective September 4, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
Trinidad and TobagoExpect Delays7+ days Effective May 22, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries:9/18/2020
TunisiaExpect Delays10+ days Effective July 2, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail destined to the following countries9/18/2020
TurkeyExpect Delays16+ days  Delays are to be expected for inbound and outbound postal items. Period of leave has been declared for certain parts of its workforce, especially those in high-risk categories, in both the public and private sectors. This will have a major impact on operations and, consequently, on quality of service for all types of inbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items). For this reason, service delivery standards cannot be guaranteed and a situation of force majeure has been declared until the situation returns to normal.9/18/2020
TurkmenistanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
Turks and Caicos IslandsService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
TuvaluExpect Delays10+ days Expect Delays due to foreign post office transit delays. 9/18/2020
UgandaExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020
UkraineExpect Delays6+ daysUkraine’s post advises that the previously announced country-wise state of emergency has been extended until May 11, 2020. As such, the measures previously announced continue to apply. Despite these circumstances, Ukraine’s post is maintaining its operations (with all measures taken to protect the staff and customers), accepting postal items destined for all countries and sending them using alternative routes.9/18/2020
United Arab EmiratesExpect Delays10+ days Emirates Post advises that it has now resumed providing all mail services. 9/18/2020
United KingdomExpect Delays16+ days United Kingdom, Royal Mail Group (including Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide), advises that Saturday deliveries of untracked letters and small packets have resumed as of June 13, 2020.9/18/2020
UruguayExpect Delays10+ days Uruguay’s post has taken steps to minimize spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Staff numbers in postal facilities are being reduced as far as possible, and teleworking introduced where feasible. Direct physical contacts are being minimized. Post offices with large numbers of customers are being kept closed with special collection points set up directly with customers. These measures, along with the suspension and reduction of international flights and connections, will impact inbound and outbound postal operations and delivery.9/18/2020
UzbekistanService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
VanuatuService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
Vatican CityExpect Delays10+ days The Vatican’s post advises that it is classified as an essential service and will continue operations and providing services as far as it is able to. The current situation will have impacts in quality of service for all types of inbound and outbound mail. The post will no longer be able to guarantee delivery service standards and is invoking a case of force majeure for quality of service. Due to insufficient transport capacity following cancellation of many international flights, the post is also unable to transport mail to a growing number of countries and is therefore no longer accepting postal items destined for the countries concerned until further notice. The list of destination countries affected is liable to change on a daily basis. 9/18/2020
VenezuelaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
VietnamExpect Delays10+ days Vietnam’s post advises that the government is extending measures to minimize spread of COVID-19 to additional locations: Binh Duong (820000-829999), Khanh Hoa (650000-659999), Dac Lac (630000-639999), Dong Nai (810000-819999), Tra Vinh (940000-949999), Lang Son (240000-249999), Long An (850000-859999), Can Tho (900000-909999) and Bac Ninh (220000-229999). Mail delivery may be delayed and not meet service standards.9/18/2020
Wallis and Futuna IslandsExpect Delays10+ days Suspension of Global Express Guaranteed Service9/18/2020
Western SamoaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
YemenService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
ZambiaService Suspended
The local postal operator has either indicated they are unable to process or deliver international mail, or the USPS or alternative carrier is unable to secure transportation at this time.  9/18/2020
ZimbabweExpect Delays10+ days Effective August 21, 2020, the Postal Service™ will resume acceptance of mail9/18/2020