Slovenia’s post advises that postal services are now returning to normal. Outbound mail will resume gradually, depending on availability of flights and transport capacity. All postal items will continue to be delivered in line with national health guidelines. The post will end the situation of force majeure on June 1.


Slovenia’s post advises that it is suspending signature on delivery for inbound items to further reduce risk of spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and keep its staff and customers safe. Items will be delivered using alternative methods where possible, including delivery to agreed locations without physical contact and delivery without signature. Slovenia’s post is currently unable to send mail to many countries inside and outside the European Union due to lack of transport capacity. As a result, Slovenia’s post has stopped accepting all express mail items. Letters and packages will be accepted only for those destinations for which transport capacity remains available.