Here are the current areas of the world that may be experiencing mail delays.
Source: International Delivery Solutions
Kenya: April 28th, pilot strike, airports were shut down.
France: General nationwide strike, April 28th.
Venezuela: Venezuela announced that public sector employees will now only work two days of the week in a bid to conserve energy amid the ongoing electricity crisis. Civil servants will only work on Mondays and Tuesdays until the crisis is over, with only “fundamental and necessary tasks” being performed on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. What this means for mail delivery we are not sure.
Australia: April 26th, Perth, the rail line affected by a train derailment in Western Australia is operational again.
Germany: A strike by the German union pilots prompted Lufthansa to cancel flights on April 26-27th, causes mail and parcel delays.
Chile: April 25th, Postal Operations in Chile Back to Normal: Correos Chile informs that the serious flooding in the Santiago Metropolitan Region is over, and postal operations are back to normal.
India: April 25th, floods in Northeastern India and Strike in Pudukkottai: Heavy rain in northeastern areas of India, expect mail delays.
Scotland: Postal Workers in Scotland Voted to Strike: On April 19th, postal workers have voted to strike across a large part of Scotland. The result of the ballot means deliveries may be affected across the EH (Edinburgh and Lothians),TD (Borders), FK (Stirling and central areas) and KY (Glenrothes and Fife) postcodes. The union has 28 days to set a strike date and must give Royal Mail seven days’ notice.
Japan: Due to the earthquake on April 15th, items for delivery to Kumamoto, Miyazaki and Kagoshima Prefectures will be delayed due to the effects of the earthquake that occurred in Kumamoto Prefecture on 14/15 April. Postcodes of the affected areas are 860xxxx – 869xxxx (Kumamoto Prefecture), 880xxxx – 889xxxx (Miyazaki Prefecture) and 890xxxx – 899xxxx (Kagoshima Prefecture).