Macao Post has advised due to the recent developments with covid and human resources, they are experiencing some delays with mail items.
Macao Post wishes to advise that Macao has been assessed as being at extremely high risk of a community outbreak of covid and therefore to help prevent the spread Macao Special Administrative Region has declared immediate prevention as of 19th June. Deliveries of all mail items has been suspended until further notice.
Macao Post has confirmed that the civil servants of Macao Special Administrative Region have returned to work with effect from 8th October 2021. Postal services have returned to normal.
In order to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, the Macao Government has announced all civil servants, other than those working in emergency and critical services, will remain exempt from working from 8-16th February 2020. As a result, limited postal services are available to the public during this time.
Macau Post has advised that limited postal services will be provided as the government tells civil servants to stay at home through to 7th February to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. In addition, delays are expected in the delivery of inbound mail from China that moves through Hongkong Post because of disruptions in processing.