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Estonia, Iceland, and Slovakia Provide Service Disruption Updates

April 20th, 2020

Today, April 2, 2020, the USPS received service disruption updates from Estonia, Iceland, and Slovakia. All three of these countries had previously comminuted service disruptions due to the coronavirus pandemic. For a full list of all international service disruptions visit the Stamps.com Coronvirus Updates Page.

International Mail Service Disruptions

The Government of Estonia declared a state of emergency due to last until May 1, 2020. Therefore, Estonian Post cannot guarantee its delivery standards at this time. Customers should expect delays.

Iceland Post has suspended signature on delivery requirements for inbound items. Delivery will instead be conducted using methods that limit human contact.

Slovenska Pošta, a. s., has announced disruptions to several services. Packages that would typically require the recipient’s signature can now be deposited in parcel terminals. Customers in compulsory quarantine will have their mail items delivered to a post office until the quarantine is lifted. International service will continue where possible, however, Slovenska Pošta is unable to deliver to an increasing number of destinations throughout the world.

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