Georgian Post advises that the government has extended measures aimed at reducing spread of COVID-19 until May 22. The declaration of force majeure and suspension of signature services remain in effect and unchanged. These measures will continue to have an impact on quality and delivery processes, and delays are to be expected for both inbound and outbound mail. Customers should expect delays.
Georgia Post advises that the government has extended until May 10 measures aimed at reducing spread of COVID-19. This includes suspension of signature services and service standards. A situation of force majeure remains until sufficient transport capacity becomes available. Customers should expect delays in inbound and outbound mail.
Georgian Post advises customers to expect serious delays in delivery of inbound mail due to staff shortages as steps are taken to reduce the risk of spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). A situation of force majeure has been declared regarding acceptance of mail items until sufficient transport capacity becomes available. There also are serious delay in outbound mail traffic to all destinations due to suspension of flights. Also, mail that ordinarily would require signature on delivery will be delivered to customers indirectly. It will not be mandatory for Georgian Post to collect and provide written proof of delivery.