There may be some delays or disruptions to international shipments to and from Singapore. Read more.
As Singapore eases Circuit Breaker measures, SingPost will operate 40 post offices from 2 Jun. Read more.
As Singapore eases COVID-19 restrictions from 2 Jun, SingPost will continue its mail and Speedpost deliveries across Singapore with some service adjustments.Read more.
Due to border control measures, Speedpost services to some countries may not be available. Read more.
Be it rain or shine, working from home or frontline, SingPost stands in solidarity #HereWithYou. Read more.
A message from Vincent Phang, CEO of Postal Services & Singapore, on SingPost’s response to the latest COVID-19 developments. Read more.
Loss of manpower due to quarantine orders will result in delay of mail delivery by additional three working days. Read more.
SingPost confirms sixth employee who tested positive for COVID-19. Similar to the previously confirmed cases, this employee is not a postman and does not have contact with members of the public in his course of work. Read more.
SingPost today confirms two more confirmed cases. All five staff members who are confirmed cases worked at the packet-sorting facility at SingPost, a restricted, staff-only area that cannot be accessed by members of public. Read more.
SingPost has suspended all packet processing operations at SingPost Centre on 26 and 27 March for thorough cleaning and disinfection. Operations is expected to resume on Monday, 30 March. Letter mail delivery is not affected through this time. Read more.
SingPost has implemented several measures to keep you and our staff safe during this time. Read more.