Argentina Post has advised they will remain open and provide services during the government-imposed mandatory isolation through to 12th April. Delays to services are to be expected.
Poste Italiane has advised it is taking additional measures regarding acceptance and delivery of parcels. If the addressee cannot be contacted, or in the case of parcels addressed to businesses, cultural institutions, commercial activities and other entities that are temporarily closed, items can not returned to sender after first delivery attempt. The list of affected municipalities is updated regularly and is available at https://www.poste.it/emergenza-covid19.html
New Zealand Post has advised that whilst the country is on lockdown, post is still an essential business that will remain operational, however, delays with deliveries are to be expected.
Hongkong Post have temporarily changed its delivery processes for all items requiring signature on delivery in response to the coronavirus. Delays to services are to be expected.
Cape Verde’s Post has advised of delays for both inbound and outbound mail items due to flight reductions and cancellations in compliance with the government’s closure of the country’s borders. It has suspended all flights to EU countries, United States, Brazil, Senegal and Nigeria. Postal operations will continue to operate during normal working hours.