Mauritius Post advises that the government has announced the easing of COVID-related restrictions effective July 1, subject to strict adherence to sanitary protocols and measures. Beginning July 15, Mauritius will gradually open its international borders. However, COVID-19 continues to have a direct impact on international inbound and outbound mail to and from Mauritius. Therefore, the provisions set out in previous messages and the situation of force majeure previously declared for all inbound and outbound international letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items continue to apply.


Mauritius Post advises that the government has extended a lockdown until June 30. The previously declared force majeure is extended until further notice and restrictions continue to apply.


Mauritius Post advises that all postal activities resumed as of April 12, but the sending of outgoing mail and receiving of incoming mail continues to be affected due to border closures and limited flights. Therefore, the restrictions regarding service standards and the application of force majeure established in previous messages remain unchanged.


Mauritius Post advises that the government has announced a new national lockdown from March 10-25 due to COVID-19. All post offices will remain closed until further notice. The processing and delivery of all types of inbound and outbound mail (letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items) will continue to be affected, and Mauritius Post is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed standards. Therefore, the force majeure situation previously declared will remain in place until further notice.