Start date: 24 January 2022
End date: 29 January 2022
Incident: heavy snowfalls

The designated operator of Greece, Hellenic Post, would like to inform that, with effect from Saturday, 29 January 2022, the situation has returned to normal and all postal operations have resumed.



Start date: 1 February 2022
End date: ongoing
Incident: weather issues

The designated operator of Jamaica, Jamaica Post, wishes to inform that Jamaica experienced abnormal torrential rain on 1 February 2022, affecting primarily the northern sections of the island and causing major floods.

The flooding has rendered parts of the road network impassable owing to high waters and floating debris. It has also disrupted telecommunications and caused severe damage to post offices and postal agencies. As a result, the affected postal establishments are unable to open for normal operations, including the receipt and delivery of all types of mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items), sorting operations, the deployment of mail vans, and the provision of EDI messages and responses to customer inquiries.


Start date: 4 February 2022
End date: ongoing
Incident: weather issues

The designated operator of Madagascar, Paositra Malagasy, would like to inform that Madagascar is experiencing cyclonic conditions as of Friday, 4 February 2022.

All domestic flights for Friday, 4 and Saturday, 5 February have been cancelled.

Post offices will be operational from 8.00 to 14.00 (UTC/GMT + 3 hours) on 4 February, but closed on 5 February.

This will disrupt the transport and processing of inbound and outbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items), and mail deliveries throughout the national territory will be delayed.



Start date: 1 February 2022
End date: 4 February 2022
Incident: weather issues

The designated operator of Mauritius, Mauritius Post, wishes that cyclonic conditions have been prevailing in Mauritius since Tuesday, 1 February, with wind gusts of around 120 km/h recorded. A class IV cyclone warning has now been issued by the Mauritius Meteorological Services.

The international airport has been closed since the evening of Monday, 31 January and will remain so until further notice. A number of flights to and from Mauritius have been postponed.

The transportation and processing of both inbound and outbound mails (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) was affected, and delivery of mails across the country - delayed.

Normal business activities and flights to and from Mauritius have resumed on 4 February 2022.



Start date: 28 January 2022
End date: 28 January 2022
Incident: IT issues

Poczta Polksa would like to inform that the failure has been fixed the same day on Friday 28 January 2022 evening and the data transmission has been restored.