Pos Malaysia has confirmed that the situation has returned to normal and all postal services have resumed.
Pos Malaysia has confirmed that the following areas are affected by flooding:
- Selangor – Bt 9 Cheras, Balakong, 43100-43199
- Selangor – Lanchang, 28500-28599
- Pahang – Pekan, 26600-26689
- Pahang – Segamat, 8500-85300
- Pahang – Pengerang, 81600
- Johor – Batu Anam, 85100
- Johor – Tangkak, 84900
- Johor – Pagoh, 84600
Pos Malaysia is monitoring the situation and will provide further updates.
Pos Malaysia has advised that in response to a significant number of new infections detected in the country, the Malaysian Government has both extended and reinforced its measures to minimise the spread of COVID-19 with effect from 28th May 2021.
During this period, Pos Malaysia will continue to provide postal services but will be operating with a reduced workforce and in line with the new restrictions and safety guidelines. The processing and delivery of all types of inbound and outbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) will continue to be affected, and Pos Malaysia is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed standards.
Therefore, the situation of force majeure previously declared continues to apply, until further notice.
Malaysian Post has advised the Government has imposed further restrictions in Selangor and Putrajaya provinces starting on 20 October 2020, due to COVID-19. The measures lead to a reduced workforce and processing capacity at the Office of Exchange and Hub at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, resulting in significant processing delays for all inbound mail types.
Domestic services and deliveries are still in operation, however force majeure remains in place with delays to be expected while the restrictions are in place.
Malaysia has put special quarantine measures in place due to the coronavirus. Resulting in POS Malaysia operating with a reduced workforce. Some mail services are currently unavailable such as signature on delivery which is currently suspended. Delivery delays are to be expected.
Malaysian Post has informed us that they have been experiencing IT service disruption since 20th October because of an internal system shutdown.
As a result, the processing and delivery of inbound and outbound international mail will be delayed.