Mexico’s post advises that offices of exchange continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to government measures to combat the coronavirus, the Mexican customs authority will be operating with a reduced workforce until January 2021. As a result, delays are to be expected in the delivery of shipments.
Mexico’s post advises that it is able to dispatch mail to a growing number of destinations, including the United States. Fights are gradually returning to normal although with severely reduced capacity.
Mexico’s post advises that it will only maintain services to Canada and the U.S. due to cancellation of international flights from Mexico to South America and other continents such as Asia, Africa and Europe. Impacts on service quality for inbound and outbound mail is expected. The post is declaring a force majeure in relation to all international consignments such as letters, packages and express mail service as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic affecting services worldwide.