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Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus and its rapid spread, the Mongolian authorities have closed all educational institutions in the region and have strictly prohibited all public activities from 27th January to 2nd March. 

As a result, the processing of inbound and outbound mail is likely to face disruption. 

Hong Kong

Hongkong Post advises that there are disruptions to mail processing as the government takes steps to reduce the risk of the spread of the coronavirus. The impact is expected to last a few days. 


Jamaica Post advised that postal operations have been disrupted due to tremors associated with the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred in the Caribbean on 28th January. There was an emergency evacuation of the international mail processing centre in Kingston and all inbound and outbound mail operations are affected. 

Cayman Islands

The Cayman Island post advises that all postal services are temporarily interrupted due to 7.7 magnitude earthquake that struck the Caribbean on 28th January. As buildings, roads and utilities are assessed for damage, non-essential staff have been instructed not to come to work at present. 


Indonesia’s post has advised that the customs clearance process is expected to be delayed as a result of the De Minimis Exception on shipments imported into Indonesia, effective from 30th January 2020, where the De Minimis Threshold will be reduced. 

As a result, delays are to expected in the processing and delivery of all mail items.