Grenada’s post has resumed full business operations with the reopening of borders to regional and international flights. However, some regional airports remain closed and international flights from Canada and the United Kingdom have not yet resumed, which is affecting receipt and delivery of mail. The post is working to find alternatives.


Grenada’s post has resumed full business operations. It is now able to receive and send mail regionally and worldwide. However, some regional airports are still closed, which may affect mail delivery.


Grenada’s post advises a curfew is gradually being lifted. Until further notice, the post will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. While the airport remains closed to passengers, it is still able to receive letter and parcel dispatches via cargo flights.


Grenada Postal Corporation advises that outbound and inbound mail delivery and other services will be affected by government measures to stop spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), including closure of the airport and a number of businesses, restrictions on movement of people, and limited transport capacity. Customers should expect delays.