Jamaica Post has advised that postal operations have been disrupted as a result of tremors associated with the 7.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred in the Caribbean basin on 28 January 2020. The international mail processing centre in Kingston had initiated an emergency evacuation, and all inbound and outbound mail operations for all postal items are currently affected.
Cayman Islands Postal Services has advised that all postal services have been temporarily interrupted due to a 7.7-magnitude earthquake, which has occurred approximately 80 miles east of two of the islands and 117 miles from the main island. Service delays are expected.
The designated postal operator of the United States of America, the United States Postal Service (USPS), has advised that that delays are expected for the processing and delivery of shipments to the USA due to high shipment volume.
Hong Kong Post has announced that mail delivery service will be temporarily suspended after the Lunar New Year holidays (from January 29 to February 2). Mail posted during the period will be processed upon postal services resume normal. Inbound SpeedPost delivery service to Hong Kong will continue as usual.
Macau Post has advised that in order to minimize the spreading of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), the Macao government has announced that all civil servants will be exempted from working on 30 and 31 January 2020. As a consequence, Macau Post is suspending all postal services on those two days.