Thailand Post advises that mail operations and delivery of postal items are now back to normal in the following postcode areas: 15xxx, 21xxx, 24xxx, 32xxx, 33xxx, 34xxx, 35xxx, 37xxx, 42xxx, 62xxx, 63xxx, 64xxx and 67xxx.
However, the following postcode areas are still affected by the flooding, which may cause delays in mail operations and delivery of postal items: 10130, 11xxx, 12xxx, 13xxx, 14xxx, 16xxx, 18xxx, 23xxx, 25xxx, 30xxx, 36xxx, 40xxx, 44xxx, 60xxx, 61xxx, 65xxx, 66xxx, 72xxx and 73xxx.
Thailand Post advises that as a result of Tropical Depression Dianmu, there have been flash floods in many areas of the northern, north-eastern and central parts of Thailand, resulting in some delays in postal operations and transportation, and the delivery of letter-post, parcel-post and EMS items in the following postcode areas: 13xxx, 14xxx, 15xxx, 16xxx, 21xxx, 24xxx, 25xxx, 30xxx, 32xxx, 33xxx, 34xxx, 36xxx, 37xxx, 40xxx, 42xxx, 60xxx, 61xxx, 62xxx, 63xxx, 64xxx, 65xxx, 66xxx, 67xxx, 72xxx.
Thailand Post advises that a significant number of new COVID-19 cases has led the government to extend a nationwide state of emergency until Sept. 30. The post will continue to provide services but will be operating with a reduced workforce and under new restrictions and safety guidelines. This could impact mail processing for international inbound and outbound items and service delivery standards. A force majeure continues until further notice.
Thailand Post advises that, following a number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 among the Thailand Post workforce, post offices in various parts of the country have been temporarily closed in accordance with government measures. During this period, Thailand Post will continue to provide postal services, and will work with local authorities to manage the situation and make necessary adjustments to ensure the delivery and processing of inbound and outbound mail. However, with a reduced workforce, Thailand Post is unable to guarantee compliance with the agreed standards.
Thailand Post advises that operations at the Laksi mail processing center have returned to normal. Mail processing had been subject to delays since May 20 due to a reduction in the workforce.