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Thailand Post has confirmed that following a number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 among the Thailand Post workforce, post offices in various parts of the country have been temporarily closed in accordance with government measures. During this period, Thailand Post will continue to provide postal services and will work with local authorities to manage the situation and make necessary adjustments to ensure the delivery and processing of inbound and outbound mail. However, with a reduced workforce, Thailand Post is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed standards. Designated operators are kindly invited to inform their customers of possible delays resulting from this situation.

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Thailand Post has advised that cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed among operating staff handling inbound letter-post items at the Laksi mail processing centre.

Quarantine and other public health measures have been implemented at the Laksi mail processing centre, resulting in a reduction in the workforce. Delays are therefore to be expected in the processing, customs clearance and delivery of all inbound letter-post services destined for Thailand. Thailand Post suggests that designated operators inform their customers of possible delays resulting from this situation.

Thailand Post would also like to indicate that the backlog resulting from the temporary closure of the Suvarnabhumi office of exchange has been cleared and operations at the OE have returned to normal.

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Thailand Post has advised that the situation at the Suvarnabhumi office of exchange (OE) following the resumption of operations on 6 May 2021.

In accordance with the measures and guidelines set out by the Ministry of Public Health, some staff members are in self-quarantine. As a result of the reduced workforce, there are backlogs at the OE warehouse, resulting in mail processing delays for both inbound and outbound mail.

Staff are making every effort to clear the backlogs. However, Thailand Post suggests that designated operators inform their customers of possible delays resulting from this situation.

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Thailand Post has advised that the Suvarnabhumi office of exchange has reopened and normal operations have resumed, effective from 6 May 2021.

Thailand Post thanks all Union member countries and their designated operators for their understanding.

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Thailand Post has advised that heavy rain in southern Thailand is causing flooding in many provinces. 

As of 4th December, road blockages are causing delays in the transportation and delivery of mail and postal items. The postcodes of the affected areas are as follows: 80XXX, 84XXX, 90XXX, 92XXX, 93XXX, 95XXX and 96XXX.

Thailand Post thanks everyone for their understanding.