Vietnam

1-29-21

Vietnam’s post advises that the government has extended measures to minimize spread of COVID-19. The post will continue to provide services but will be operating with a reduced workforce and subject to new restrictions and safety guidelines. Processing and delivery of all types of inbound and outbound mail will continue to be affected, and the post is unable to guarantee compliance with agreed standards. A force majeure remains in place until further notice.

12-22-20

Vietnam’s post advises that the COVID-19 situation has improved and normal postal services, including delivery of inbound mail items, have resumed.

4-8-20

Vietnam’s post advises that the government is extending measures to minimize spread of COVID-19 to additional locations: Binh Duong (820000-829999), Khanh Hoa (650000-659999), Dac Lac (630000-639999), Dong Nai (810000-819999), Tra Vinh (940000-949999), Lang Son (240000-249999), Long An (850000-859999), Can Tho (900000-909999) and Bac Ninh (220000-229999). Mail delivery may be delayed and not meet service standards.

3-20-20

Vietnam’s post advises that delivery of mail to the following locations may be delayed and not follow normal service standards due to government measures to minimize the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19):

Ha Noi (100000–159999)

Hai Phong (180000–189999)

Quang Ninh (200000–209999)

Soc Trang (950000–959999)

Hung Yen (160000–169999)

Quang Binh (510000–519999)

Quang Nam (560000–569999)

Da Nang (550000–559999)

Hau Giang (910000–919999)

Binh Dinh (590000–599999)

Bac Giang (230000–239999)

Hue (530000–539999)

Thai Nguyen (250000–259999)

Ninh Thuan (660000–669999)

Kien Giang (920000–929999)

Quang Tri (520000–529999)

Ha Tinh (480000–489999)

Nghe An (460000–479999)

Ninh Binh (430000–439999)

Ho Chi Minh (700000–769999)

Thanh Hoa (440000–459999)