La Poste of France has confirmed that following the announcement by the Prime Minister of the relaxation of public health measures throughout the country, services will return to normal across their whole network.
The postal operator of France, La Poste, has advised that due to evolving COVID situations curfews have been introduced in Guadeloupe and Martinique. The curfews is helping slow the spread of the virus and to help protect the public and the postal workers. Delays are to be expected and further updates will follow.
Several regions in Southern France have been hit with torrential rain and floods causing roadway disruption and damages in Nimes and Calvission. Delays are to be expected until the weather improves.
La Poste has advised that COVID-19 infections have significantly increased throughout France, as a result, the Government has announced a new lockdown until at least 1 December 2020. Consequently, La Poste will not be able to guarantee delivery standards during this period, with delays in processing and delivery of all mail types likely throughout the country.
France have put special measures in place against coronavirus. As a result, La Poste need to comply and have reduced workforce available. Certain mail services will not be able to be delivered including signature on delivery which has been suspended until further notice. Delays to mail services are to be expected.
Air France Hop pilots are holding a 24-hour strike on 24th February over stalled talks regarding working conditions and salaries. The pilots then plan to strike for 12 hours every Friday until 30th April. Flight cancellations and delays are likely to occur.