Barbados’ post advises that the government has extended until Feb. 28 measures to minimize spread of COVID-19. Some airlines have reduced their services and/or canceled flights. This reduced transportation capacity may lead to delays in both inbound and outbound mail. Service delivery standards cannot be guaranteed and a force majeure remains in place.
Barbados’ post advises that the government is implementing new measures Feb. 3-17 to respond to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. As a result, some flights have been reduced or canceled. This may lead to delays in both inbound and outbound mail. Service delivery standards cannot be guaranteed, and a force majeure remains in place.
Barbados Postal Service advises that the government has imposed a night curfew until Jan. 14 because of a spike in COVID-19 infections. Service delivery standards for letters, parcels and express mail service items have been affected and a situation of force majeure has been declared until the situation returns to normal.