Start date: 2 December 2021
End date: ongoing
Incident: coronavirus

La Poste wishes to inform everyone of developments regarding measures to combat COVID-19 and the new variant, Omicron.

The French Government announced the latest measures to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, applicable from 3 January 2022 throughout all French territories.

With the number of cases of infection rising daily in mainland France and the French overseas territories (see, La Poste will be operating in strict compliance with all government-imposed measures.

La Poste is doing its utmost to ensure operational continuity and customer satisfaction. However, the current situation may have an impact on operations and La Poste is unable to guarantee normal operations or compliance with standards and delivery times for letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items. The business hours of postal establishments open to the public may also be affected.



Start date: 2 January 2022
End date: ongoing
Incident: coronavirus

Delivery operations have been suspended until at least January 11. Due to the ongoing civil unrest and protests in Kazakhstan, the government has blocked internet and mobile connections, and thus, all postal operations have been severely impacted.
Associated delivery delays are to be expected until the situation normalizes.

Malaysia - latest update 

Start date: 19 December 2021
End date: ongoing
Incident: heavy rains and flooding

The designated operator of Malaysia, Pos Malaysia, would like to update on the areas currently affected by flooding, in which there may be delays to mail operations and the delivery of postal items. These areas are as follows:

SELANGORBt 9 Cheras, Balakong43100–43199
Batu Anam85100

Pos Malaysia is monitoring the situation constantly and timely updates are posted in the dedicated section of its website, available at



Start date: 13 January 2022
End date: ongoing
Incident: coronavirus

MaltaPost had informed us that an increase in the COVID-19 infection rate is causing significant staff shortages at key processing and delivery locations.

MaltaPost is making every effort to ensure operational continuity. However, as a result of the staff shortages, it is unable to guarantee normal operations or compliance with standard delivery times.



Start date: 16 September 2021
End date: 11 January 2022
Incident: coronavirus

The designated operator of Viet Nam, VNPost, wishes to inform everyone that the COVID-19 situation in Vietnam has now improved sufficiently for postal services to again be provided as normal. Therefore, the delivery of all inbound letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items will strictly follow the standards declared in the relevant service compendia.