Thailand Post has advised that the rain in the southern part of Thailand has now ceased. All postal operations have returned to normal.
Thailand Post has confirmed that the two areas (13xxx and 34xxx) continue to be affected by the flooding. Operations have returned to normal in all other areas.
Thailand Post has confirmed that the Thailand Government has extended nationwide emergency for a further two months until 31st May 2022. The covid restrictions previously announced will continue to apply.
Thailand Post has confirmed that due to the continued rain southern part of Thailand is flooded. The provinces of Songkhla, Pattani and Narathiwat (postcodes 90210, 94XXX & 96XXX) are experiencing blocked roads, which is causing delays in postal services across the network.
Thailand Post has advised that the floodwaters in the following areas have subsided and normal services have resumed. Postcodes: 15xxx, 21xxx, 24xxx, 32xxx, 33xxx, 34xxx, 35xxx, 37xxx, 42xxx, 62xxx, 63xxx, 64xxx and 67xxx.
However, the following postcodes are still affected and delays are expected. Postcodes: 10130, 11xxx, 12xxx, 13xxx, 14xxx, 16xxx, 18xxx, 23xxx, 25xxx, 30xxx, 36xxx, 40xxx, 44xxx, 60xxx, 61xxx, 65xxx, 72xxx and 73xxx.
Thailand Post has advised that as a result of the Tropical Depression Dianmu there has been flash flooding in many areas of the northern, north-eastern and central parts of Thailand.
Consequently, delays may be experienced in the following areas:
13xxx, 14xxx, 15xxx, 16xxx
21xxx, 24xxx, 25xxx
30xxx, 32xxx, 33xxx, 34xxx, 36xxx, 37xxx
60xxx, 61xxx, 62xxx, 63xxx, 64xxx, 65xxx, 66xxx, 67xxx