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Israeli Post have advised that the lockdown declared by the Israeli Health Authorities is gradually being lifted and restrictions have been eased. However, social distancing is still required. Shopping centres remain closed, so delivery points located in these areas are unavailable. Where possible, mail is being redirected to alternative delivery points.

Signatures are not collected upon delivery. Home deliveries are continuing, subject to some restrictions, availability of staff and the Health Authorities’ application of quarantine measures in high-risk areas. Delivery delays are still likely, Force Majeure remains in place.


The Mexican Post office has advised that Coronavirus is still affecting all points of entry into the country. As part of the Government’s special measures to combat the pandemic, the Mexican customs authority will be operating with a reduced workforce until January 2021. As a result, delays are to be expected in the delivery of all mail types.


Post Italiane has confirmed that standard delivery practices, including the taking of signatures on delivery, have resumed in all areas of the country, with the recipient being required to wear face coverings. If the addressee’s condition does not allow safe delivery, a notice of delivery with instructions for item collection will be placed in the mailbox.

Cayman Islands

Cayman Island Post has confirmed it has suspended all postal services from 13:00 (Eastern Standard Time) due to the approach of tropical storm Eta, which has potential to cause flooding in postal facilities. 


Polish Post has advised that the special measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 are still in force in Poland, and will continue to affect its services until further notice.