Estonian Post has advised that postal services will resume as normal, without restrictions, as from 14 June 2021. From that date, all inbound items requiring the addressee’s signature upon delivery will be handed over against signature. In particular: * All registered letters will be delivered directly to the addressee; * All other items that cannot be delivered to a post office box or directly to the addressee will be directed to pick-up points.
PostNord of Denmark has updated that the additional measures put in force by the Danish Government to minimize the spread of COVID-19 from 9 November will be lifted from 23 November 2020. However, with reduced air capacity, delays may still be evident.
Estonia has put special measures in place to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. As a result, Eesti Post has a reduced workforce and are unable to fulfil all services, including signature on delivery which has currently been suspended. Delays with delivery of mail items is to be expected.
Estonia Post has advised in order to reduce the need for human contact and reduce the risk of the spread of coronavirus, they have suspended signature on delivery for all inbound mail items until further notice. Delivery delays may also be expected during this time.
Omniva has confirmed that the data exchange is back up and running after experiencing problems between 31st May and 11th June. There is a chance that data sent or received during this time could be delayed or missing.